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Going Wild at the Houston Zoo

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Starting in 2008 the Houston Zoo began its ambitious $50 million 13 acre African Forest Exhibit. This project includes new habitats for giraffes, rhinos, and chimpanzees. Now in its third phase, W.S. Bellows has started construction on a new exhibit for gorillas. The gorillas have not been a part of the Houston Zoo for many years and when complete the exhibit will feature a waterfall, a flowing stream, natural and artificial logs, and a visitor boardwalk for zoo goers to get a closer look at the gorillas.

James Jarvis (00) and Spanky Boutell (51) worked together to provide the entire package of products to this jobsite. Jarvis rented MevaLite forms ranging from 4’ to 22’ and Boutell sold cure, epoxy, grout, patching material and Shep tube.

James Jarvis (00) and Spanky Boutell (51) provided the information and image for this story.

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