Make way, make way, for us to take a peek at what’s new for construction for the new “Moana” inspired attraction, Journey of Water.
Our last update showed the expansion getting taller, while today, the crews were staying busy creating pathways and rock structures and bringing in more equipment.
There’s more scaffolding on top of the rock structures built. We’re unsure if that means it will get taller yet, or if the vantage point was needed for other purposes.
The larger building-like structure on the side hasn’t changed much.
More construction equipment has been brought to the site as work pushes forward.
More colored tarps are in place, and a few more concrete walls.
The pathways around the rock structures are looking very clear. Last month we showed the first look at graphics from Imagineering’s Zach Riddley.
Looking forward to the Journey of Water? Tell us what you think about the construction in the comments below!
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What a mess.
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