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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Carmen Micale Retires After 44 Years at COST!

A group of men gather to celebrate the retirement of Carmen Micale, a seasoned 44-year COST veteran.

As destiny would have it, long-time superintendent Carmen Micale began his 44-year career with COST performing simulated rockwork in Milwaukee, and today, he completes his final work at the Milwaukee County Zoo elephant exhibit. Traveling the nation over four decades, his projects aligned full circle. Carmen started in exhibit fabrication in 1974 as a COST…

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Gorilla World Exhibit Fabrication at Cincinnati Zoo

An image shows the inside of the Cincinnati Zoo Gorilla World exhibit, which includes simulated rockwork boulders, faux trees, vines, and trunks.

After three years of planning and fundraising and two years of construction, the new Gorilla World has opened to the public. The project’s first phase included outdoor modifications that allowed for the new gorilla building. To further accentuate the exhibit’s rolling topography, the renovated exterior space showcases refinished rock, additional new simulated rockwork, authentic-looking vines,…

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Exhibit Fabrication for the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum Grand Reopening

A look inside a large saltwater aquarium filled with fish, rocks, coral, and sand at the Wonders of Wildlife aquarium museum.

In October 2017, the newly expanded and remodeled Wonders of Wildlife Museum reopened to the public. The facility was recently recognized as the Best New Attraction in the USA Today 2017 poll. The enlarged 340,000-square-foot living museum includes both dioramas and a live collection of over 35,000 animals from around the world. The aquarium has…

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