Category Archives: Project Update

Oman Aquarium Manufacturing

The AAT team have manufactured many impressive components of the aquarium life support systems, FRP exhibit tanks, scenery and rockwork for the Oman Aquarium. This aquarium will consist...

Dubai Mall Aquarium Encounters

Queensland’s very own King Croc is just one of the many stars on show at the Dubai Aquarium. The aquarium recently launched a number of animal encounter sessions including...

Gulf Stream Tank Concrete Pour

The new Miami Frost Museum building has really taken shape, revealing a facility that is truly spectacular. One astonishing part of the build was the concrete pour for...

Dubai Mall Aquarium New Exhibit Installation

Latest Exhibits at Dubai Mall Aquarium The AAT team of specialist aquarium technicians have recently completed the design, construction and installation of Dubai Mall Aquarium’s latest feature – a floating platform...

AAT’s Latest Project: The Oman Aquarium

Latest Project AAT recently have an exciting project contract signed to build a USD $20,000,000 public aquarium in Muscat, Oman, for His Excellency Mahmood Mohd Al Jarwani.  This is...

Cube Oceanarium Officially Open

Cube Oceanarium Open to the Public Officially opened on New Year’s Eve, the Cube Oceanarium is located in the heart of Chengdu’s newest, and largest, shopping precinct – Seaside...

Acrylic Team Return from Denmark

AAT’s acrylic team recently returned from Copenhagen, Denmark after completing the installation of acrylic panels at Den Blå Planet for the new Otter exhibit.  ...

AAT LSS Skids installed at Dubai Mall Aquarium

Life Support System (LSS) SKIDS recently delivered for the upgrade project of the Dubai Mall Aquarium have been installed and are ready for operation on the new live...

AZA Conference 2018

AAT are attending the 2018 AZA annual conference held in Seattle (24 – 27 September, 2018)....

Enormous Production Project Well Underway at AAT Acrylics

AAT Acrylics is happy to report that everything is on track for the delivery of over 530 tonnes of acrylic panels, tunnels and domes to a spectacular new aquarium...