In short: no.
Insect hives and/or colonies are architectural miracles of nature. These hives are built with an understanding of architectural principles that humans developed over centuries. E.g. Ant hives use hexagonal coves, as they provide the same surface area that a square would, are inter lockable and require less material. Humans are basically skin sacks packed with meat. Our organs are packed in tightly and are arranged in a way that makes sense for us.
Another big thing to consider is material. Wax and dirt can be manipulated. I doubt sticking one piece of meat to another will form a durable structure. There are termites that actively seal off and open entrances when the colony is attacked. This kind of manipulation simply isn't possible.
To conclude: It is extremely unlikely that something as advanced as a hive will be constructed into something living, when there are far better options.