Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species

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project at a glance

The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species at the Wild Animal Park is a two-story, 50,369 square foot laboratory and research building that includes a central courtyard, surface parking and landscaping. 

A meeting room, break area, and library are located in the south wing which is connected to the laboratory wings by two bridges. The structure consists of reinforced concrete masonry and steel frame.

The project is LEED Certified Silver and also included a 30kW grid-connected photovoltaic  system.

Awards:

2008: Concrete Masonry Design Award
Honor Award - Sustainable Design

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