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Shard steelwork gets going

The Shard, Europe’s tallest and first major mixed-use building has now reached the point where its steel skeleton is appearing over the top of London Bridge station.

Part of the steel frame that will form the backbone to the 310m high Shard is already at floor five and is indicative of the speed with which this 80 storey landmark development is being constructed.

The Shard is being developed by Sellar Property Group in conjunction with the State of Qatar

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