Skip to content

Exhibit Renovation at Turtle Reef

Turtle Reef reopened to the public in spring of 2022. The exhibit hosts thirteen sea turtles weighing up to 325 lbs.; these include the green, loggerhead, and endangered hawksbill species. Rays and other tropical fish also inhabit the space adding life and color to the exhibit. COST was selected by the project team to renovate…

Read More

Cincinnati Zoo, New Animal Habitats

Cincy zoo

Months after Roo Valley received the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Ohio’s Leadership Award for Green Building, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden continues to achieve excellence in sustainable habitat design and animal care. The reinvestment strategy includes providing larger, enhanced animal habitats, new enrichment opportunities, and better care facilities. The latest project, currently underway,…

Read More

Pepper Family Wildlife Center Lion Habitat

Img 4771

The Pepper Family Wildlife Center, a $41 million renovation of the Lincoln Park Zoo lion habitat, recently opened to the public. The historic landmark Kovler Lion House originally opened in 1912. The lion habitat renovation project is the final phase of “The Pride of Chicago,” a $135 million capital campaign that began in 2012. The…

Read More

Primate Canopy Trails Exhibit

The new $13,000,000 Saint Louis Zoo’s Primate Canopy Trails exhibit allows guests to become fully immersed amongst the treetop habitats of various small primates. The flexible 35,000 sq. ft. outdoor exhibit space connects to the Zoo’s Historic Primate House and is now home to several lemurs, callitrichids, spider monkeys, and more. Guests enter the exhibit…

Read More

Denver Zoo’s New Tree-Top Sloth Habitat and Artificial Trees

simulated tree

The Denver Zoo debuted their new sloth habitat in May 2021. The habitat centers around a 22’ tall artificial tree connected to the remaining exhibit space via overhead branches and vines.  The central tree is surrounded by visitor pathways that allow patrons to view the sloths directly overhead.  Elliot and Charlotte, Denver Zoo’s two-toed resident…

Read More
Scroll To Top