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 the Gulf Stream Tank.

Crews at the Miami Frost Museum construction site worked non-stop for 24 hours, 48 minutes and 59 straight seconds, to place over 1,200 cubic yards (120 trucks) of concrete in the Gulf Stream tank. The tank has over 9,000 square feet of surface area and marks the Museum’s biggest milestone in construction to date.

The outdoor level of the Living Core will allow visitors to view the 100-foot open surface of the tank and catch glimpses of marine creatures such as hammerhead sharks and tunas.

The Museum is on track to open its doors in the summer of 2016 and we cant wait to see the final result!

Check out the massive concrete pour time lapse video.