Shoring is the least exciting part of construction. It’s a messy affair with lots of drilling and digging and there’s usually plenty of dirt, grit and dust flying around. It involves a lot of work and takes months to complete before we can actually begin work on the structure of the building.
It may not be exciting, but it is the most important stage of construction. Shoring is necessary work that must be done to support a structure in order to prevent collapse so that construction of the building can begin.
At Exhibit, the shoring is expected to continue for another 4-6 months. Sure, it’s not exciting, but it’s a job that must be done. In the end, it will all be worth it and then we’ll be able to move on to the most exciting part of construction, which is working on the structure.