DPR and Skanska USA "will transition completely off the project in the next several weeks," according to an internal email seen by The Silicon Valley Business Journal.
The email from Skanska USA Chief Executive Richard Cavallaro said that the contractors "and our confidential client were unable to come to an agreement during negotiations for the revised scope of work for its research and development campus in California."
The news comes as Apple has brought on Rudolph & Sletten to complete the interior of the main ring building. Many expected DPR and Skanska to complete this task and to at least finish the main structure; however, that appears to no longer be the case.
It isn't clear why negotiations were unsuccessful as DPR and Skanska reportedly stand to lose $800 million from exiting the project. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for additional updates as they become available.
Apple is expected to finish its new headquarters by the end of 2016.
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