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Exhibit Viewing Glass

Exhibit Viewing Glass

Exhibit Viewing Glass, Zoo Design & Animal Exhibit Design immersion, which is a type of design intended to “immerse” the visitor in the same natural habitat. Animal exhibit design are becoming more and more popular.  Currently, organizations spend massive amounts of resources re-creating “natural” places and cultural phenomena. Also, in an effort to connect people to the earth; to inspire respect of natural places.

One of the biggest complaints against zoo design & animal exhibit design is the difficulty. Generally, in spotting and also clearly seeing the animals.  Therefore, proximity to animals should be a chief concern in exhibit design.

Zoo consulting by JEI Structural Engineering strives to partner the beauty of architecture with the analysis of structural engineering.

Many options exist today with bird safe glass that reduce bird fatalities. Why do birds fly into the window? Birds fly into windows because when they’re looking at the window, they’re seeing the reflection of sky or trees instead of a...
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CLR Design – Making Connections For Life JEI Structural Engineering commends CLR Design for “Making Connections For Life”.   JEI Structural Engineering Curtain wall engineer, curtain wall engineering, glazing engineer, zoo design, curtain wall design, facade design. FAST * FRIENDLY...
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Evolutionary Thinking in Habitats & Glass Engineering JEI Structural Engineering was honored to serve as glass engineer. Working with CLR Design.   Check out their video entitled,  “Evolutionary Thinking in Habitats”. JEI Structural Engineering Curtain wall engineer, curtain wall engineering,...
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6/8/2012 The 1-year-old bear picked up a stone from the bottom of his enclosure and smashed the glass, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”-style. The zoo’s director said that Vicks didn’t break the glass on purpose, but “he liked what...
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Hogle Zoo Rocky Shores Exhibit by JEI Structural Engineering JEI Structural Engineering completed the glass viewing exhibit window design for The Rock Shores exhibit includes polar bears, three grizzly bears, three seals, three sea lions, river otters and bald eagles,...
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Lion mistakes baby for zebra. Attacks glass. A lion at the Portland Oregon Zoo mistakes a baby in a black and white striped “zebra”  outfit. The dynamic analysis of impact on glass is so very, very important to animal viewing...
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Gorilla Breaks Glass at Atlanta Zoo Zoo Atlanta resident, Taz, a 360-pound gorilla that went ape. Frightened visitors and caused the closure of the gorilla viewing area. According to reports from the AJC and 11 Alive, the 20-year-old silver back...
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Hogle Zoo Acquatic project The work JEI Structural Engineering did for the Hogle Zoo Acquatic project turned up some interesting research. We hope you’ll enjoy these videos. It really highlights the importance of excellent structural engineering as we considered all...
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Underwater Viewing, Underwater Windows, Aquarium Glass Design The work JEI Structural Engineering did for the Hogle Zoo Acquatic project turned up some interesting research. So we hope you’ll enjoy these videos.   It really highlights the importance of excellent structural engineering as...
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