If you enter through Camino Ramon(far distant), looking at the lake from the building, SAP wing is pictured here on the right. SAP occupies floors 2, 3, and 4. Mobility will be on the 4th floor.
Looking at the building, this is the entrance.
The far right hand side glass doors is where we entered.There are entrances to auditoriums, the reception is on the right.
Still under construction, this is the 2nd floor unfinished. Strategically placed along the windows are boards displaying renderings, floor plans of what's to come.
Back down on main floor, photos of what's to be the Roadhouse food court area.
Entering the Roadhouse dining area. Views of lake throughout.
The cuisines include Mexican, Pizza, and a Salad/Sandwich/Soup counter. Pricing yet to be determined, but they mentioned as close to free as possible. We will see.
The Mexican section already has menus with prices up. It looks like they offer beer too. Cool!
Lots of seating space to be shared among the companies occupying BR(that's Bishop Ranch to me and you) 2600.
Modern, somewhat rustic decor with views of lake.
Nice booth sections for more privacy, I guess.
You can exit outdoors where there are more seating.
As you walk towards the man made lake and look directly across on the other side(where the tractor is) is where they are building the new Vball court to be shared among BR 2600 occupants.
Next to the food court dining area is the library.
Seating area where you can read/study/etc.
Lounging chairs with footstools? Nice! In the back are private cubby holes you can climb up via those ladders.
Booths for discussions(?)