We keep receiving little by little images of how the construction of Apple’s Campus 2 is going, the last big project of Steve Jobs in which he put all his passion before leaving us. Last week we learned that Cupertino is already planning who to pay tribute to when the campus is finished. Today we can see more aerial images of how the construction of Apple’s next headquarters is going.
Specifically, we can see the southern area, where the next parking lot will be located , and we see that the structure of the building is practically raised. This is the area of the campus where employees and visitors to Apple Campus 2 will be able to park their vehicles before accessing the different facilities.
In this video also we can get a pretty good idea of the total area that will occupy the Apple Campus 2 , and the truth is that if we compare it with the current Infinite Loop (which appears at the end of the video) we see how the next headquarters of Apple will have several times the surface of the current one.
In this second video we can see the northern zone where the structure of the main ring starts to rise , in steel, which will hold the huge glass panels that will characterize the building. The specific section we can see in the video is the entrance where the main cafeteria of the building will presumably be located . We are at the moment of the construction where the advances are seen more quickly, when the main structure is being built.
It is expected that by the end of 2016 the Campus will be occupied , although I imagine that the final “move” and closure of the emblematic facilities of Infinite Loop will take a little longer.