Construction work at Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is powering on, and we noticed a couple changes from our last update late last month. Let’s take a look!
Construction walls now line all the way down the entrance way to Epcot, coming from the Epcot resorts area. This makes it difficult to see any real construction as the view is essentially entirely obstructed.
One thing you can see clearly is the upcoming France skyline that will fill in some of the space behind the current standing France Pavilion.
Here’s the front view of the show building, with the France skyline at the top. In the bottom right of this picture, you can also see the steel work being put in to place, with spacing for windows.
The wall appears to have a metal sheet over most of it at the moment.
This new cement and sand mortar is stationed toward the front of the construction site.
Many workers installing these spires at the top of the show building
Here’s another picture of the steel framework with the window spacing.
Here’s a look at the inside progress of the show building, lots of steel work still happening.
Work also continues on the main entrance that will connect to the current France Pavilion
The ride officially opens sometime in 2020.