Google wants to build private airport terminal

When technology heavy hitters break out hard hats and building permits it usually gets people's attention.

By Christina DesMarais, PC World |  IT Management, Google

The campus will house 3,400 engineers in a single building with reconfigurable work and meeting space and a garden that extends from around the building to cover the entire roof of the structure. It will be located on ground already owned by Facebook that sits across the street from its current campus in Menlo Park, Calif., and make use of a tunnel that already links the two pieces of ground.

In January, the Menlo Park City Council gave Facebook permission to proceed with its building plans. Originally, Facebook planned to start building in early 2013 and complete the project within two years.


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