PHOTOS: Eaves Added to Porte-Cochère Roof as Construction Continues at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

PHOTOS: Eaves Added to Porte-Cochère Roof as Construction Continues at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Earlier this week, the construction around the Polynesian hit an important milestone with the porte-cochère roof installed near the monorail station and Grand Ceremonial House. We stopped by this afternoon to check on progress as the resort is set to reopen in July.

Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World
Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World

Eaves have been added to the sides of the porte-cochère, adding a new element to the design.

Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World
Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World
Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World

Another set of white structures has been added to the outer section. We predict these are for a set of emergency stairs.

Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World
Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World
Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World

A new white railing has been added to the monorail walkway bridge. A few pieces of scaffolding appear to be removed as well.

Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World

Construction behind the Great Ceremonial House appears to be at the same point as earlier this week.

Construction at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World

Overall, work seems to be moving along swiftly as we get closer to July. We can’t wait to finally see the finished products (and also eat at ‘Ohana).

As always, keep following WDWNT for all of your Disney Parks news, and for the absolute latest, follow WDW News Today on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.