Since last I wrote, XLE2 has started getting its legs extended and the port side accommodation has been put in place, and is currently being welded to the hull and starboard side accommodation. Once that has been done, the helideck and its support structure can come on, leaving the legs as the last major building blocks.
Last but not least we have XLE3, which is still split into a few pieces. Most of the hull is in the dock, where it will stay for a little over a month while the last structural members and erection joints are completed. The forward leg well is being painted and will be ready to join the rest of the hull as soon as it is onboard the Can Do barge. The accommodation cantilever, drill floor and derrick are also progressing separately, until XLE3 stands on its own and can bare and balance the weight.