A month after scaffolding went up in the U.K. Pavilion of EPCOT, some scaffolding has come down, indicating the facade refurbishment is moving quickly.
U.K. Pavilion Construction
The scaffolding is up in the pavilion’s front garden, which is blocked off during work. Scaffolding was removed from the far left, which is a brick building with white window frames. We can’t get close to the facade yet, but there appear to be no major changes.
We did see a crew member working around a set of windows on the ground floor, behind scaffolding. The window frame has been repainted a dark blue or teal color. It was previously a light teal.
Part of the wall to the right has also been painted a brown-orange. It was previously the same yellow color as the central facade.
A rolling planter and green construction wall block access to the gardens from the back of the pavilion.
Work is also nearing completion on the U.K. Pavilion restrooms, with a “Waterloo” sign installed a few weeks ago.
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