New footage was released showing the progress of Apple Camp 2. The campus is six months away from its completion, and already the project looks nearly complete.
Matthew Roberts is able to offer monthly updates on Apple’s project by using a DJI Phantom 3 Professional quadcopter. The video shows huge solar panels on the roof of the main building, which is said to produce 75 percent of the building’s energy needs during the peak time. The building’s 3,000 floor to ceiling glass panels are still in process, as well as the canopies.
The auditorium will be underground and will have around 1,000 seats. As of now, the auditorium lobby will have the world’s biggest carbon-fiber roof.
The 100,000-square-foot fitness center and parking center are both 95 percent complete and sport the same solar panel roofs.
Apple Campus 2 covers 176 acres and will be home to over 13,000 Apple employees when it opens January 2017. The project has been reported to cost $5 billion, which is over the initial projected cost of less than $3 billion.
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