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Project overview

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The Florida Aquarium

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Scope of Work

Site Work, New Construction


153,000 sq. ft., 3-Stories



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The Florida Aquarium

Dive into Wonder: Embark on an Aquatic Adventure

Turner provided construction management services for one of the largest aquariums in the US. The Florida Aquarium is located on a waterfront site in downtown Tampa. The aquarium is an architecturally impressive three-level structure with an eighty-foot high glass seashell shaped roof. The interior contains public exhibit space, two classrooms, a 200-seat auditorium, a restaurant, a gift shop, and curatorial, maintenance and engineering space.