Google is about to open a new campus in the San Jose metropolitan area.

Google has built a massive campus at the intersection of Interstate 5 and State Street, near the intersection with the Pacific Ocean, in a new development known as the “Hillyard.”

The new campus will include an 800,000-square-foot science and technology campus, as well as the engineering building.

The building will house both the engineering and the engineering student departments, as the school’s primary focus is on high-tech.

Google is a subsidiary of Alphabet, which also owns Google Maps and Google+, Google’s self-driving car service, and the search giant’s YouTube.

Google says the new campus is expected to open next year.