The Montgomery Zoo is going to a zoo, and it’s going to be a very large zoo.
The zoo’s contract with the U.S. Department of Agriculture will pay for the construction of a $1.9 billion new building, the first in its 50-year history, that will house the zoo.
And that’s not all.
In addition to the new building and a $100 million upgrade to its facility, the zoo is also looking at a big upgrade to a parking lot that’s just west of the zoo, which will include a new, 4,500-square-foot indoor parking garage, as well as a new underground parking garage that will accommodate up to 400 vehicles, according to the zoo director.
The new garage will be built on the zoo property, according the zoo executive, and is being paid for with $1 million in county tax funds.
It will be a large, new, fully functional facility, according director James R. Miller.
“We have a big-ticket item, and we’re going to build it for it,” Miller told the San Francisco Chronicle.
Miller told the Chronicle that the $1-billion zoo contract includes “no upfront cost.”
It will only pay for building and maintaining the new facility and the $100-million upgrades, and for all the maintenance and maintenance of the existing building.
It also covers the $4 million upgrade of the building’s underground parking.
The $400-million upgrade to the parking lot will pay a $500-million maintenance and upkeep cost.
It is unclear when that will be completed.
In an emailed statement to the Chronicle, Montgomery Zoo director James Miller said that the zoo will take a “significant investment” and that the building will be finished by 2020.
Miller said he believes the zoo has a “clear vision” of the facility, and that it’s the right location for it.
“It will be the largest of its kind in the world,” Miller said.
“I know that many people are not familiar with the size of the Zoo and the amount of maintenance that’s required to maintain the zoo and the facilities.
It’s a very significant investment and the Zoo is a leader in this field.
The money we’ve secured will be used to build the new parking lot.”
The $1bn construction contract was approved by the county board of supervisors on Tuesday, and Montgomery Zoo CEO John M. Smeaton said in a statement that “the $1billion construction will allow us to expand our facility to meet the demands of a growing population, which means more visitors, and to be able to offer the best in animal care and education.”
The new building is expected to be completed by 2021.
Montgomery Zoo executive director James Smeatt is excited about the new construction project.
“Montgomery is one of the premier destinations for zoo visitors, with a huge zoo community and a growing visitor base,” Smeatta said.
The zoo will be open for public use from July 1 through December 31.
The new construction is expected “to make the Zoo more accessible to people who come from all over the world, and make the facilities and facilities operations more efficient and more accessible.”
The zoo’s new facility will have a new parking garage to accommodate up a 400-vehicle maximum, and an indoor parking structure to accommodate a 400 vehicle maximum.