Site works are progressing well at Worship Square, London. Following the demolition of the existing building, preparations are underway for the installation of the secant pile wall.

Worship Square is a next generation workplace that has flexibility, wellbeing, technology and sustainability at the heart of the design. The building consists of a mix of affordable and general office space with retail units at ground floor and lies in the heart of this vibrant area of Shoreditch which is home to a rich and growing tapestry of creative and tech businesses.

“We are all delighted to see the start of the new construction and congratulations to HBReavis for moving smoothly to this stage of the project. We understand that the piling rig was delivered during the quieter hours of the night with some of the HBReavis team on site from 4.00am – fortunately as architects our attendance was not required” – Mark Burgess, Director jmarchitects

Credit: Dave Austin, jmarchitects London

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