Two important construction projects are currently going on at Universal Studios Florida. The former Twister building continues to be gutted to make way for the new Race Through New York Staring Jimmy Fallon ride, while the old Disaster! location is being flattened to start constructing a much bigger showbuilding for the new Fast & Furious: Supercharged attraction (both will open in 2017).
Today we will share with you some pictures taken in the park a few days ago.

Let's begin by taking a look around the former Twister building:

A lot of work continues to be done behind the scenes:

Notice that the space formerly occupied by restrooms is being expanded even more:

New steel pieces were installed near the old attraction entrance earlier today (not pictured):

Moving on:

Disaster! is now just a thing of the past:

A very small section still stands:

The train is even more visible to Guests now:

It appears that the fountain may remain:

Work also continues on a nearby facade:

The new Hello Kitty store is now more visible thanks to the new logos on the awnings:

We will conclude with some more photos taken inside this shop:

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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

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