Chaparal’s $9 billion, 2,400-foot-tall, 17-story building is going to make you very uncomfortable.
The building, dubbed the “Chaparral Gateway,” is the latest project to be announced in the state of California, which is also the home to two of the world’s largest oil fields.
Chapal is one of the largest and most expensive of the state’s major infrastructure projects.
Its 1,900 employees are mostly contractors and its $2.3 billion budget has been funded by a combination of local and federal government grants.
The massive building is expected to bring more than $7 billion in jobs to the state, which will be able to pay for much of its construction by 2020.
Chaparral is located on the south shore of Lake Tahoe.
It sits on a peninsula, which has an average elevation of nearly 9,000 feet and is home to more than 12 million acres.
The lake is a critical natural habitat for endangered and threatened species.
The building’s design features a series of tall, spire-like buildings that resemble giant spires.
There will be a large plaza and the buildings will have a landscaped roof, a landscaping area, and an outdoor garden.
The project will include new roads, new sidewalks, an outdoor plaza, a water fountain, landscaping, a fire tower, a pavilion, and a community garden.
It will also feature an underground parking garage for vehicles.
The total price tag for the project is $2 billion.
The total cost of the project will be paid for by the California State Housing Finance Agency.
California’s state transportation agency, Caltrans, will take a cut of the construction project.
Chapparral is one part of a state-wide project called the California Infrastructure Investment Project, or CALIPO.
Calipo will include more than 3,400 miles of major highway in California, with projects planned in California’s Central Valley and the Central Coast, as well as on the western border of the U.S. border with Mexico.
The Calipo program has a total cost per mile of about $7,000.
If all goes according to plan, the cost of building Chaparals infrastructure will be about $18 billion in 2019.
In a recent speech, Governor Brown said that the state is “just starting to see the economic benefits of the economic growth” associated with the construction of Chaparrals infrastructure.
Construction is expected start this year.