Topping Out Ceremony
On a sunny day with clear skies, providing fantastic views from Canary Wharf to London Bridge and beyond, a key milestone was marked with TBC.London with having reached its highest point.
The Mayor of Southwark, Michael Situ, praised in his speech how the existing building is reused and reimagined in a way that will not only benefit businesses, but also local people in Southwark, calling TBC.London “a true asset to the community”. Ceremonial last bricks were laid by the dignitaries.
At the ceremony, some of the 20 or so young adults who have taken part in the Building Lives Academy at TBC.London were present. The programme provides them with the skills, qualifications, and work experience to progress into a career in construction.
Also present were valued partners who delivered benefits for the local community throughout the construction programme. They included Turner Prize-nominated artist Mark Titchner, whose inspiring artwork was installed on the building façade last year.
TBC.London will open its doors in August 2024 as one of London’s most sustainable and healthy workspaces. Packed with tech, teeming with innovation, and leaning into social impact, TBC.London is fit for a new generation of occupiers.
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