Apple is about set to launch its Five Billion Dollar Headquarters that will be called the Apple Park. Its Five Billion Dollar estimate was given the Company’s Chief Executive Executive Officer Tim Cook. The facility will support thirteen thousand (13,000) employees, have amenities that include miles of trails for running or biking which are being paved, private basketball and Tennis Courts.
The roof is covered in solar panels. In total, they can generate 17 megawatts of power, which accounts for 75% of peak daytime usage. Paths are being planted trees planted. When it’s finished, there will be 9,000 trees on the campus, including fruit trees bearing apricots, apples, plums, and cherries. And auxiliary buildings have been finished from recent updates through a drone video from Mattew Roberts a videographer.
During Apple’s iPhone event at the company’s new Steve Jobs Theater, part of the new Five Billion Dollar Headquarters was opened to the public with the rest parts of the campus kept off-limits. Employees began moving into the Apple Park in April this year, the landscaping was estimated to have been through at June leaving work at this time to be majorly Ornamental, so the absence road closures around the construction site is now present
However, access inside the campus is possible only through the Apple employee badge while the public have access to the visitors’ Centre which looks to be complete. The whole Structure should be ready by the end of the year.