McAleer & Rushe’s Chairman Seamus McAleer presented Endurance Land’s founding Director Jonathan Fletcher with a silver trowel to commemorate the occasion, at the roof top event.
Commenting on the City’s skyline shimmering the heat haze McAleer & Rushe’s Business Development Director James Hicken said:
“It is great to join with Endurance Land in another milestone event with such a wonderful backdrop.It only seems like yesterday when we were all together for a similar celebration on the roof of the nearby, very successful, Motel One. I would like to share our appreciation for the confidence shown in McAleer & Rushe that is shown by additional projects, like the office scheme in Chancery Lane, and we look forward to working on more schemes together”.
The project, which will be the first purpose built hub by Premier Inn, and will be rated BREEAM Excellent, has entailed the assemblage to date of 3,500 m3 of concrete, 110,000 bricks and 75,000m of cable.
Endurance Land Managing Director Jonathan Fletcher added:
“The sense of teamwork and partnership on the jobs we have worked on together is very much appreciated. We really like the collaborative and quiet problem-solving approach of McAleer & Rushe as a build partner, particularly on such a challenging site, on this demanding location.”