The image shows Apple is making progress on the foundation and early stages of building construction as the company prepares to finish work on street utilities, earthwork and demolition.
Apple is still on track to complete the project by the end of 2016, according to the City of Cupertino’s website tracking progress and providing construction updates for locals. Apple kicked off early work on demolition and street utilities late in 2013 with earthwork and building construction starting earlier this year. Work on street utilities and demolition is expected to wrap up at the end of this year with earthwork continuing into early 2015 and building construction into late 2016:
When complete, Apple’s new Campus 2 structure and 176 acre campus will house 12,000 staff in 2.8M square feet of what Tim Cook said will be the “greenest building on the planet.”
You can follow the progress in our Campus 2 story line here as we continue to post more drone videos over the coming weeks. Our latest, which gives a much closer look at progress on the structure and surrounding campus than Apple’s shot, is available here.
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