PHOTOS: Construction Quickly Advances on New Monorail Station Roof and Reimagined Entrance at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Since our previous update of the roof support installation just a few days ago, construction has quickly advanced on the new Monorail station and reimagined entrance, which includes a new porte-cochére, at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.


Additional trusses and crossbeams have since been added to the roof of the new Monorail station.


With these latest installations, it won’t be long before the roof of the Monorail station is enclosed.


Atop the platform walkway leading to the Great Ceremonial House, new framing can be seen for the beginning stages of constructing more concrete pillars.


The walkway is lined with red temporary supports to maintain its integrity.


These pillars will lead guests to and from the Great Ceremonial House to the new Monorail station.


On the opposing side of the Monorail station, work on the new porte-cochére continues. Red temporary supports can also be seen holding up the integrity of the structure.


A single piece of roof support, along with equipment and additional materials, remains in the construction staging area out in the nearby parking lot.

Keep reading WDWNT for updates on the reimagining of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

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