You can see quite a bit of the construction behind the string lights, but we’ll take a closer look. The main thing we see looming in the distance is the new Spider-Man attraction and the WEB Industries building that surrounds it.
But first, let’s compare our photo above to this concept art so we’re all on the same page of what we’re looking at. In the concept art, the Spider-Man attraction is the red and metallic building with… Spider-Man on the roof. In our photo above, it appears to be the taller building with the scaffolding covered in tan scrim.
Here’s a closer look at the building, this portion seems to be the red part of the Spider-Man building seen in the concept art.
Also for the Spider-Man attraction, we can see from another angle that the building’s facade is being worked on. The blue and green building is the former “it’s tough to be a bug” theater, which surprisingly hasn’t been painted over yet. You can easily see that this is the left side of the future Spider-Man attraction given the instruments on the roof that also appear in the concept art.
While loading onto Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree, you can see the W.E.B Industries building in the center of our view.
Let us refresh your memory about W.E.B. from Disney’s overview of the Marvel Avenger’s Campus:
“As part of this global initiative, Tony Stark has founded the Worldwide Engineering Brigade — or WEB for short— to develop advancements in super-powered technology, including new enhancements to Spider-Man’s suit as their debut project. Disney is expanding its story universe by creating a new organization, the Worldwide Engineering Brigade, to be the setting for this experience.”
Finally, there’s some additional infrastructure being built behind the attraction. Whether this is for some sort of camouflage to maintain the thematic integrity of each land, or simply part of the Phase 2 expansion, is still unknown.