The “spaceship” is almost ready for
blastoff.
Photo: Matthew Roberts

A new 4K drone flyover video from UAV operator Matthew Roberts
shows that Apple’s “spaceship” Campus 2 is looking virtually
ready to go, with the final touches being added to the massive
HQ.

The site was
originally supposed to be completed last year, but overran
slightly. From the look of things, however, the wait is
going to certainly be worthwhile.

Check out the video below:



In
terms of updates since the last time we saw a drone flyover video
of the new campus, a few things have taken place.


Installation
of the roof solar panels is around 70 percent complete. The
front of the R&D center has also been paved, while lighting
poles have been erected, walkways are in the process of being
laid out, and the site’s massive undercover parking garage is
complete enough to be used by construction workers on the
project. Elsewhere, landscaping of the external spaces
continues, with rows of trees being planted.


The
still-unnamed campus will house an astonishing 13,000 Apple
employees (think 35 fully-filled Boeing 747s to give some
context) when it is complete, and as the solar panels suggest
it will be environmentally
friendly, thanks to Apple’s use of alternative energy
sources.

In addition to adequate workspace, the headquarters will
feature a $75
million gym for employees, alongside a 1,000-seat
underground theater where Apple will hold the majority of its
media events once the campus is complete.

What do you think of the campus? Leave your comments below.

Via: 9to5Mac


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