Since the Spirit of Aloha building was completely demolished at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, rubble has been cleared from the construction site to make way for a new Disney Vacation Club wing.
The site is surrounded by temporary fencing that runs right up to Polynesian Village Resort buildings.
For now, there isn’t much to see beyond piles of dirt and tree debris.
Crew members have been clearing debris and dirt out of the area (some of which was probably blown in there during Hurricane Ian).
There is a triangle of concrete walls at the center of the construction site.
These aren’t permanent walls, but do indicate work may be starting at that spot.
A dumpster holds various poles and supplies.
Next to this dumpster is a scaffolding archway, with a flat path in the dirt beneath it.
Construction vehicles have been carving paths through the site.
More dumpsters hold building rubble.
This section of beach is also unavailable during construction.
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