Building Design for Animals
Dental Month: Adding Bite to Your Practice
A well-equipped and well-situated suite will help a hospital capitalize on the fast-growing service of oral care.
Getting Started: 3 Must-Haves in Veterinary Design
Whether renovating, remodeling or building new, there are three key players who will make or break your project.
A Look Back: Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists
Devastated by a hurricane, Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists came to BDA needing a new home in a hurry, and BDA delivered.
The Highs and Lows of Hospital Heights
Single- and multistory buildings have their pros and cons. Do you know which design is generally the best?
Evidence Based Design for the Veterinary Facility
Over 30 years of research has proven that the physical environment has a profound effect on patient health and staff performance; not only in human hospitals, but in veterinary facilities as well.
The Ohio State Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care Clinic
This month we’re celebrating the grand opening of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s new Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care Clinic.
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.