Archive for October, 2010

“Groundbreaking” News for Museum Park

Posted on October 28th, 2010

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By: MiaSci

Following years of planning and widespread anticipation surrounding the transformation of Miami’s Bicentennial Park into a new Museum Park, work crews have completed the environmental remediation process to prepare eight acres of land on the park site for vertical construction of the new MiaSci and Miami Art Museum. Once home to the Port of Miami […]

Green Roof Tour

Posted on October 26th, 2010

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Members of the New Museum team, Sean Duran, VP for Exhibitions and Design, Jennifer Santer, VP of Content Development and Programs, and Chris Trigg, Energy Officer, recently toured the construction site of the green roof on the new School for International and Public Affairs (SIPA) building at Florida International University. The roof was designed by […]

Environmental Leadership – MiaSci’s Fernando Bretos Receives Audubon/Toyota Fellowship

Posted on October 6th, 2010

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Fernando Bretos, Director of Miami Science Museum’s Reclamation Project and member of the new Museum team, was one of 40 individuals nationwide selected as a 2010 TogetherGreen Fellow (www.togethergreen.org). Supported by a conservation alliance of Audubon and Toyota, the TogetherGreen Fellowship offers specialized training in conservation planning and the chance to work and share best […]