This is a map of the area where the prototype construction is taking place. There have been no protesters on site, so far. The prototypes must be completed within 30 days, according to the contract. Bring binoculars, if you want to view the prototypes from the spectator zone.
The construction site is over a mile from the viewing area. If you have good binoculars or a camera with a powerful zoom, you can see the construction area. The construction site is on the border just before the elevation starts to rise at the bottom of the foothills. It is framed by two powerline towers, which are fairly easy-to-spot landmarks.
Click here to view or download a more detailed version of the map in PDF format.
I posted this map so that those, who want to try to see the construction site don’t have to waste their time figuring out where to go. Airway Road has “no parking” signs set up all along the street. However, you can drive to the end of the street and stop for a couple of minutes to get a quick look without anyone bothering you. A couple of minutes is all that most people will need. Take care that some radical, open-borders goon does not approach you unawares.
Siempre Viva Road and Enrico Fermi Place are both blocked by police. You can get a little closer, but you have to park and walk a good distance to get to a viewing spot via either of those streets.
Since we can make out the blue porta-potty and American flags, certainly you will be able to see the prototypes going up, — which will be a lot bigger — if you have a good pair of binoculars or zoom lens on your camera.