Salvador Behar Architects has a few fish stories to tell. In August, the Mamaroneck, NY-based firm completed an exterior lighting system for the New York City Aquarium at Coney Island, which enables its client, the Wildlife Conservation Society, to hold evening functions like fundraisers on-site. Project architect Sal Behar, who worked closely with project designer Bob Friedman and electrical contractor Peter J. Cantanzaro, says the "intent was to link the disparate structures of the ...
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