Seneca Park Zoo Cold Asia and Animals of the Savannah Exhibits
Client: Monroe County
Completion Date: 2018
Total Project Cost: $57 M
Spanning close to 16 acres, Monroe County’s Seneca Park Zoo is comprised of five major buildings and
numerous animal enclosures. Phase one of this $57 million master plan
expansion project included the addition of the popular Cold Asia and Animals of the Savannah Exhibits.
With a distinctive elevation, the Cold Asia Exhibit provides a comfortable habitat for Red Pandas and Snow Leopards, allowing the animals to climb and explore the way they would in the wild. The Animals of the Savannah
exhibit covers five acres of space for Masai giraffes, plains zebras, ostriches and everyone's favorite, Bill, the Rhino to roam freely. This exhibit also
includes the Savannah Outpost, a concessions building that features a
giraffe feeding area.
CPL worked closely with Zoo Design consultant, WDM Architects, to effectively design all animal enclosures and living spaces. This project ultimately symbolizes Monroe County’s commitment to providing world class amenities for its residents—both animals and people alike.
Services: Structural Engineering
, Civil Engineering
, Master Planning
, Mechanical Engineering
, Electrical Engineering
, Plumbing Engineering
Key Contact: Todd Liebert, AIA, NCARB