Miami Science Center Aquarium Building

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science Aquarium building is a four-level structure containing a 100-foot wide 500,000-gallon aquarium. The scope of work KENPAT was required to deliver for the aquarium’s building envelope included: Engineering, Advanced 3D Modeling, Layout and Construction of the wall from the concrete structure to the final surface. The façade system is engineered to withstand category 5 hurricane forces, and received a Miami-Dade NOA. Frost Science is an excellent example of a high-risk project with complex geometry and extremely tight tolerances, where, through collaboration, KENPAT’s team delivered on the design intent to the owner.

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