Its been another busy period for the Leadenhall team as they’ve been working non-stop putting all of the internal finishing touches in place, edging the building ever closer to completion.
Welcome to an extra special edition of The Leadenhall Building newsletter.
Summer seems to have finally arrived in the City of London, much to the delight of the Leadenhall Building team who’ve been busy over the past month, edging closer to topping out.
With Spring on the way and warmer weather just around the corner (hopefully), The Leadenhall Building team have been busy this month.
After a month of dreadful weather, it’s great to confirm that the wind, rain and snow hasn’t stopped The Leadenhall Building growing taller than the Gherkin.
As the festive period comes to a close and we welcome in a new year, its back to work as usual at The Leadenhall Building. A lot has happened over the last month, and if you pass by the site you’ll see the glazing is really starting to take shape.
As the cold and wet settle in for Winter we’ve reached a major milestone at The Leadenhall Building. We’re now over half way up and all aspects of the programme are well underway.
As Autumn gets well under way it’s been all go at The Leadenhall Building. We’re almost at the half way point now and last month was a busy month on site with activity happening from the top to the bottom of the building.
As the last of the Olympic visitors make their way home at the close of what has been an incredible Games, it’s a time to reflect and feel proud of how London has coped with the added pressures. And at The Leadenhall Building we’re happy to report that over the Olympic period it’s been business as usual with no major impacts.
This month the long awaited Olympics have landed in London and the city is bustling with excited visitors all hoping their country will come away with the most gold medals. This has made the surrounding areas to the Leadenhall site busier than usual. Fortunately all of our large deliveries are made overnight to minimise any disruption in the local area.
See where we are up to in our March 2012 project update.
Discover more about the vision, architecture, materials and the team behind the build in The Leadenhall Building broadsheet, including key insights from Andy Butler, Project Director and John Safa who has been photographing the building from the ground up.
The beginning of March welcomed the first of many 27 meter mega columns. Spliced in 2 pieces it initially towered over site.
See where we are up to in our January 2012 project update.
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Discover more about the vision, architecture, materials and the team behind the build in The Leadenhall Building broadsheet.