The use of drones has been essential to know, year after year and month after month, the progress in the gestation, the first construction works, their development and the final progresses in the construction of the new Apple´s Campus 2. This is the chronology of the project thanks to photographs and videos made thanks to drones.
Everything is almost ready for the new Apple´s campus in Cupertino, California, to open its doors. Known as Campus 2, its construction was begun at the end of 2003 and it will be finished by the end of 2016. But, in fact, this project, which we have been able to see recently thanks to the drone pilot Duncan Sinfield, who has flown a drone over it, allowing a complete vision of it, has been a project for more than ten years now, since Steve Jobs announced its construction in 2006. According to a latest report submitted a few weeks ago, it is expected to have around 13,000 employees, with an office area of approximately 2.8 million square meters in a huge 176-acre wooded area.
By 2015, when this project began to see the light, Apple guaranteed the creation of 1.9 million jobs around the world. The new Cupertino campus will generate 41,000 jobs in Santa Clara County, while construction work carried out over three years has generated 12,600 jobs.