The core has jumped up to level 23, signalling a landmark milestone as the building goes past the halfway stage. The floors aren't far behind on level 19!

Elsewhere, the cladding has now reached floor 5, as it continues wrapping around the building. Click the post for a superb round of pictures from Daniel, Reiss, Elliott and Stephen.

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The Construction of The Mercian - June 2020





The core has jumped up to level 23, signalling a landmark milestone as the building goes past the halfway stage. The floors aren't far behind on level 19!

Elsewhere, the cladding has now reached floor 5, as it continues wrapping around the building. Click the post for a superb round of pictures from Daniel, Reiss, Elliott and Stephen.


LATEST PICTURES FROM THE CITY CENTRE

30th June:

28th June:

Photos by Daniel Sturley

26th June:

Photo by GregglesUK

Photos by Stephen Giles

Meanwhile, the core is only halfway up but it is already rapidly creeping up on its neighbours, as viewed here from Bank Tower II:

Photos from BrumBrumBrum

17th June:

Photos by Reiss Gordon-Henry

Outside of the city centre, Elliott has taken a number of fabulous images showcasing the prominence The Mercian is already having on the skyline - with numerous shots from the 15th-29th taken from different vantage points around the region, including: Edgbaston Reservoir, Tyseley Station, and the Waseley Hills Country Park over in Worcestershire.

Edgbaston Reservoir: 15th June.

Tyseley Station: 21st June.

Waseley Hills Country Park: 29th June.

Photos by Elliott Brown

Daniel also took a trip to his favorite spot for the city skyline at Egg Hill near Frankley about 7 miles south-west of the city to grab a few latest shots:

13th June:

 
Words by: Stephen Giles

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