Apple's new campus may not be completed until 2016

Apple's new campus may not be completed until 2016
It looks like things are going a bit slow for Apple's new campus, aka 'The Spaceship". Previously hoping to have it completed by 2015, Apple has now informed Cupertino officials that it might take longer to finish what is expected to become one of the largest buildings on Earth.

According to a new construction timetable submitted by Apple, the employees' new home is more likely to be ready sometime in 2016, because the environmental impact report might be not be completed until June 2013. This means that, according to city manager David Brandt, the company could eventually start work on the project in 2013, but that's in case everything goes smoothly. That leaves some possibility for the project to be ready in 2015, but judging by the tone, it's safer to expect a 2016 day of completion, as there may be some eventual delay with the city council's approval or opposition from city residents.

We're happy that the project is still ongoing, though, so in case the world doesn't end this year, there's no reason to believe that we won't be able to see it at some point in the near future.


via: AppleInsider

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