Work continues on the EPCOT France pavilion expansion. Today, we hopped on the Disney Skyliner to get a bird’s-eye view of the latest work.
As we approach the expansion, workers were immediately visible on site.
Work on painting the side of the entrance pathway into France’s expansion continues. Detail work has been added to some of the second floor facade windows.
La Crêperie de Paris continues to take shape as window ledges are installed.
Paving work on the main pathway looks complete, as the cobblestone is now easy to spot from the air.
Looking down toward the entrance to Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, we can see the fountain taking shape.
Work on the metal covering above what is expected to be part of the ride’s extended queue continues, as well, with scissor lifts located underneath.
Looking back toward the restrooms, new planters are being finished and roofing work continues on the building.
Scaffolding continues to help workers to finish up the facade along the back of the attraction’s building.
A wider view of backstage reveals plenty of large equipment is still in the area, including a large white crane.
Over in front of Les Halles Boulangerie & Patisserie in the France Pavilion, work removing and replacing older cobblestones has progressed. The new flooring almost reaches Monsieur Paul.
That does it for our flight over France. Stay tuned for more updates as we monitor the progress of this project.