Some very noticeable changes have happened amidst the construction of the new Monorail station and porte-cochère at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort since our last check-in.
Construction platforms have been removed from atop the porte-cochère pillars.
The pillars and connecting beams have all been encased in concrete.
As for the Monorail station, it’s hard to miss the pink paint that has been added to the front row of support columns.
Based on the concept art (below), we guess that this pink is a sort of primer for what will eventually be a reddish brown.
Only the columns at the front of the station have been painted, while the rest remain grey.
A new piece has been added to the roof trusses.
The horizontal piece reaches across three of the trusses.
The walkway leading from the station into the Great Ceremonial House now has short concrete walls.
Crew members were adjusting some scaffolding this afternoon.
Meanwhile, there hasn’t been much happening inside the Great Ceremonial House, but it seems these bathroom doors were repainted.
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