Visitors flood Toledo Zoo at its reopening to see the overhaul to the aquarium. The existing Aquarium at the Zoo was built in the 1930s as a WPA project and is a historic building.  The new Aquarium, which has a much more extensive exhibit program and contains four times the exhibit volume compared to the original facility, has been designed to fit within the existing historic building.  To meet the difficult challenges of limited space and budget, TJP worked with the Owner to develop innovative life support systems for this unique retrofit application.

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