Principal Place Pavilion, the mixed-use development located on the City of London/Shoreditch border, is nearing completion.
The impressive large, fully automated triple track sliding door that extends to a total length of 18 metres has been installed on site. The retail entrance doors have also reached completion as well as much of the glazing and roofing.
One of the latest additions to the building is the large, statement metal lettering for the pavilion. The lettering helps to give the project the extra touch of character and signifies the nearing completion to the overall project.
Colorminium have worked closed with architects Foster + Partners to deliver this Brookfield Office Properties project.
Project manager at Colorminium, Simon Worrod, stated “Working on Principal Place has been fantastic. It has been a unique opportunity to work on a very architecturally challenging projects and to see it all come together has been amazing”.
“The team across all levels should feel proud with the way this project has taken shape it truly stands as testament to the relentless energy that has been put in to prove the impossible can be achieved, truly ‘exceptional engineering'”.
Principal Place Pavilion will reach completion in the coming weeks.