While in City Council, Barry negotiated with Apple to approve the company’s state-of-the-art, $5 billion Campus II Project, which will produce many local construction jobs and house more than 12,000 high-tech employees in Cupertino.

At Steve Job's presentation to Cupertino City Council about the new Apple campus on June 7th, 2011, he answers all of Council Member Barry Chang's questions, including his concerns about environmental issues:



Watch Cupertino City Council Member Barry Chang's interactions with public commenters on the approval of Apple Campus II:



On October 15, 2013, at Apple’s Campus II Project Public Hearing, see Apple’s commitment to solve regional traffic problem from Apple’s representative, Mr. Dan Whisenhunt: