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Sinfield got these drone shots earlier this month and put together the video below showing progress made over the last year as he compares shots of the current sate of the site to past flyover videos.
Apple is getting closer to its expected end of the year completion date and the company’s tentative move-in date for employees is now just 10 months away. CEO Tim Cook earlier this year informed employees that Apple plans on moving employees into the building by the end of January, while the company plans to wrap up final work on building construction and street utilities by the end of 2016.
Notable in the flyover is the rapid progress Apple has made on the exterior of the main circular building, which you’ll now notice has started to take shape with the installation of many of the curved glass panels—the largest in the world— that surround the inner and outer exterior of the main “spaceship” building. Apple had already installed around 900 of the 3000 46-foot-long glass panels as of last month, and it’s made quite a bit of progress since then.
But you’ll also see Apple has started putting finishing touches on the outside of the new 1,000 seat Theatre separate from the main building that the company will use to host future events and product unveilings. As well as continuing preparations for the installation of solar panels on top of buildings across the site.
As always, you can stay up-to-date and check out past updates in our going Campus 2 construction progress timeline.