November 2018

(Completion currently estimated for September/October 2019)





Block B now rising rapidly. If you look close enough you will see the first cladding panel installed on this western elevation. You may also notice that we have installed a lift hoist on the flank of the building which is suitable for both men and materials. This helps assist with speedy access into and around the site.






Block D flooring being prepared for concrete pour. Block C and Block B can be seen at slightly higher levels.

















Back of house pipe work being installed.










Smaller version of the Murano glass chandelier commissioned for the foyer area.










The first of our Reynaer/Staticus cladding panels installed.








Rail authorities overseeing cladding panel installation.








Looking down from Block D into one of the communal garden areas.









Townhouses fronting Royal Mint Street now starting to take shape.








Arch structure within foyer area – this will be reduced in size and clad to compliment the interior design.








Triple height foyer area now exposed following the removal of all the supporting props.

















First cladding panel installation.








Many congratulations to our contractor, Midgard, who have just won the prestigious Building Award prize for Contractor of the Year 2018– in the category of companies with a turn-over below £300m.







Dry lining works commencing – laser precision.










First of the cladding panels being readied for installation.








One of the last cantilever sections which will be installed during night works.








View from the 6th floor, Block B, looking east. On a clear day, like today, the towers within Canary Wharf are very visible.








View from the 6th floor, Block B, looking south.















Photo of the cantilever steels with the decking installed for the flooring above. Once construction reaches level 8 on all floors, the steels can be removed as the cantilever becomes self-supporting. We have circled one of the Macalloy bars in red – these bars going through the entire building to basement level and are secured into the piling system in order to hold the weight of the cantilever sections.