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The biggest moustache in construction towers over London

Mace has erected two giant ‘Macetaches’ on its South Bank Tower project in London, in support of the Movember charity.

The largest of the two moustaches is 10 m x 2 m, with the other at 4.8 m x 1.55 m.

The Movember campaign helps raise funds and awareness for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health.

Mace has supported the charity for the past five years. This year activities are taking place at Mace project sites around the world in an effort to raise £25,000.

As well as fundraising, Mace is working with Prostate Cancer to hold health and wellbeing sessions with construction site teams. These sessions aim to improve education around the signs and symptoms of the illness.

Mace is providing construction delivery services to transform the existing 31-storey mixed-use South Bank Tower by introducing eleven additional floors with 199 luxury apartments, commercial office and retail units.

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