I've recently read a grammar rule; 'The present continuous can refer to the future', which suggests that English speakers often use the present continuous tense to talk about something that's about to happen.
So with that in my mind I could make these two sentences:
The construction work will be completed in two months.
The construction work is being completed in two months.
The latter sounds less natural to me. Nevertheless, I think it should be considered correct according to the rule above.
Is the sentence
2. actually in any way grammatically incorrect?
Thanks in advance.