Following the latest drone flyover video of Apple’s under construction “Campus 2” last month, today we get an up-to-date look at progress over the last several weeks with another 4K video courtesy of Myithz.

Apple is making significant progress on the site as the company wraps up demo and street utilities work and continues full force on building construction and additional earthwork scheduled to last into 2016. The video shows Apple has begun work erecting the structure of the site’s main circular building, as well as structures on the surrounding campus including the parking garage.

Apple’s project schedule shows Apple plans to wrap up earthwork on the project by Q2 this year, while building construction is scheduled to continue until the end of 2016:


Apple and the City of Cupertino last checked in with an official aerial shot of the site late last month.

Apple plans to complete the project by the end of 2016 and move in around 12,000 of its employees on the 176-acre site located just blocks from its current Cupertino headquarters.

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