There is nothing quite like having another Apple Campus to train a new generation of workers for Apple, building up a camaraderie which is unrivaled and being the envy of other companies along the way. Well, its does look as though the Apple Campus 2’s construction is moving along more than just fine, as it depicts a rather rapid progress which will include changes made on the main circular building’s foundation, thanks to new photos that have surfaced.
Three new aerial photos of Apple’s Campus 2 construction site show rapid progress being made on the main circular building’s foundation, including rebar work for below grade retaining walls and the addition of interior “tunnels.” The images, shared on Twitter by KCBS traffic reporter Ron Cervi, come nearly three weeks after the last batch of photos showed initial progress on the “spaceship’s” substructure. As seen above, it appears preparations are being made to pour the concrete foundation that will serve as a base for the three-story building. Of note is rebar work being done to retaining walls ringing the build’s perimeter, which will likely be paired with a comprehensive drainage system to avoid water ingress and lower level flooding. Cervi’s flyover also reveals crews have been digging out troughs in the central courtyard area, the purpose of which is not yet known. The “tunnels” are accompanied by what looks to be pipes, concrete stanchions and metalwork to be used as part of the build’s substructure.