Disney Springs Construction Update – Walls, Walls, Everywhere!

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Continuing our photo tour of Orlando, we bring you a Disney Springs construction update. Refurbishments, demolitions and expansions are in full swing, and you can’t move for construction walls. But it will all be worth it in the end we think! Take a look below:

Disney Springs Construction Update

Whilst it will look awesome when finished, Disney Springs is a mess of construction walls and mounds of dirt at the moment.

Disney Springs Construction

Some not so well hidden earth moving!

Disney Springs Construction

There is plenty of construction vehicle traffic at the moment.

Disney Springs Construction

Moving sand… as you do…

Disney Springs Construction

As soon as you enter Disney Springs you are greeted by walls on all sides.

Disney Springs Construction

We can’t wait! 😀

Disney Springs Construction

Construction walls around Planet Hollywood.

Disney Springs Construction

Whilst there are plenty of walls, they certainly look nice!

Disney Springs Construction

An overview of the finished Disney Springs.

Disney Springs Construction

The designs are awesome, and its great to see what the area may look like in the future.

Disney Springs Construction

Construction goes vertical!

Disney Springs Construction

The Boathouse was announced recently, opening in 2015.

Disney Springs Construction

The Rainforest Cafe facade is getting some work.

Disney Springs Construction

It all looks very messy, but will definitely be worth it!

Are you looking forward to the Disney Springs? Let us know in the comments!

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Luke Dunsmore

Luke Dunsmore is a lover of Theme Parks, and is the editor of ThemeParkInvestigator.Com, a news, review and opinion site dedicated to the fascinating World of Theme Parks. He lives in Manchester, UK.

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