I see Ray Noneya has a new video up this morning of the Lordstown Battery Plant, and it looks like they are continuing to make great progress. Looks like the front of the building is nearly complete and they are now working on employee parking lots, and landscaping. All of the road base material is in all around the site Most of the loading docks are finished, and around back the chilled water system is nearly done (this is the biggest, heaviest and most important support system for the production). Battery production generates a lot of heat, which has to be removed from the building. It appears at least half the building is now connected to electrical grid power, and most of the diesel generators are no longer on site (they are however still using portable HVAC units around the building). The storm drainage system looks complete and working, now they are planting grass around the sediment ponds. In the next few weeks I expect they will finish the front of the building, employee parking lots, landscaping, and the entry structure, as UltiumCell LLC engineers and employees will start to work on installing and commissioning the battery production equipment ( GM, I am sure wants to show a finished front picture in their Q2 earnings deck on August 4th?) It looks to me like the general contractor (Barton Malow) is trying to finish their work in the next 6-8 weeks, which would be well ahead of their original schedule. Give Ray a "Like" and "Follow" on Youtube as it is nice of him to keep us updated with videos and he does not have many followers.