Building Design for Animals
Designing for Emergency Cases
Curtail stressors, increase staff productivity, and enable smoother transitions from the client's car to treatment spaces using these design concepts.
A Look Back: Cornell University Small Animal Community Practice
A new stand-alone Community Practice Service building for the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University’s Ithaca, New York campus.
Eliminating pathogens in the age of COVID-19 is more important than ever at veterinary hospitals.
A Look Back: 1st Pet Veterinary Centers
The flagship on a rebranding effort, this modern and progressive 24/7 facility won the 2016 Veterinary Economics Hospital of the Year Award.
The ever-evolving veterinary practice breakroom
The breakroom in your hospital can serve multiple functions, all of which lead to a more productive and enthusiastic veterinary team.
Design for Millenials
Young people act, buy and are focused differently compared to the older generations. So how can a veterinary hospital connect with them?
A Look Back: Allandale Veterinary Hospital
Shining a spotlight on one of our projects, we look at Allandale Veterinary Hospital, an award-winning facility that’s certainly one of a kind.
Shining a light on healthful hospitals
The smart use of natural illumination supports the health and happiness of patients, employees and clients.
Soothing the savage kitty: feline-friendly practices
Getting cat clients to come to the vet can be a challenge, but there are design features that can be incorporated into a clinic that will help make kitty more comfortable and the owner more likely to make an appointment.
The bottom line on floors
Focusing solely on durability and price during a hospital remodel or construction could leave you on shaky ground.
Make your hospital a comfort zone
A clinic should be more than a place of healing.
A successful building project begins with you
Know what you want in a veterinary hospital, understand what you can actually afford, do your research before you hire a builder, and then show disciplined involvement.