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Reptile Exhibits at Huber Woods Park

Huber Reptile House Dec19

Huber Woods Park recently completed a renovation of their reptile exhibit house, a longtime marquee attraction of the New Jersey park. The building, constructed in 1927, was originally a garage to the historic Hans Huber House, which exists today as the Huber Woods Environmental Center. The park’s reptile and amphibian collection were added to the…

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Artificial Log Wraps for Cherokee Casino Resort

Cherokee Resort

The recently completed Porte Cochere at Cherokee West Siloam Casino Resort creates a new and much larger architectural entry space into the hotel. The structure was designed to complement the main casino Porte Cochere entry. Lightweight artificial logs, composed of fiberglass (FRP), clad the structural steel columns and beams. The logs were cast in molds…

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Exhibit Fabrication at ICR’s Discovery Center for Science and Earth History

ICR's Discovery Center for Science and Earth History

September 2nd, 2019 marked the opening of the much anticipated ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth History. This cutting-edge 31,000 sq. ft. museum experience with interactive and immersive exhibits includes a 1,400 sq. ft. planetarium and a fossil gallery. Exhibits are comprised of an Ice Age diorama and theater, Founders of Science exhibit, Origins…

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Adventure Africa – Phase 1, Elephants and Mixed Specie Exhibits

Milwaukee County Zoo - Adventure Africa - Elephant exhibit

A commitment to improving the zoo’s elephant exhibit, which began in 2013, was finally realized in May 2019. On May 4th, the Milwaukee County Zoo opened phase one of Adventure Africa. The new 1.6-acre outdoor exhibit includes a variety of enrichment activities such as a simulated earth bank watering hole large enough to accommodate three…

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Exterior GFRC Fossil Panels at the ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth History

Exterior GFRC Fossil Panels At The ICR Discovery Center

As crews race to finish the interior work at the ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth History, the building exterior is now complete. The contemporary building showcases replications of fossilized species along the north wall. Each 12’ by 12’, approximately 3,500 lb. glass fiber-reinforced concrete (GFRC) fossil panel was meticulously sculpted by COST artisans.…

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