“Apple’s previous construction schedule listed an expected end date for building construction and street utility work as the end of Q3 of this year,” Kahn reports. “The updated schedule extends that three months until the start of 2017.”
“As of earlier this year, Tim Cook informed employees during an internal meeting that the company planned to start moving in by the end of January 2017,” Kahn reports. “It’s unclear if the updated general construction schedule might mean possible delays for the project, or if Apple still plans its January move in timeframe while it continues landscaping work into March of next year.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Campus 2 has seen relatively few delays for a project of this unprecedented size.
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