July 1, 2020

Animal Hospital Design Best Practices Case Study: Veterinary Emergency Center of Manchester

After almost three decades in business, Veterinary Emergency Center of Manchester (VECM) recently reopened at 12,249 SF in a new location. With open doors 24/7/365, VECM’s passion for and high quality of emergency and critical care services is exemplified in various implementations of veterinary design best practices, including for materials/finishes, disease control, and sound mitigation. Read More...

April 1, 2020

2020 dvm360 Hospital Design Merit Award: VCA Irvine University Park Animal Hospital

Understanding the high cost of construction in California as well as the challenge of finding property suitable for a veterinary practice, Dr. Edward Cole and his wife, Pamela, sought to maximize what was available: a decades-old freestanding former IHOP restaurant structure. Thus, the tenant improvement project for the 5,615 SF VCA Irvine University Park Animal Read More...

April 1, 2019

2019 dvm360 Hospital of the Year: West Kendall Animal Hospital

In 2019, West Kendall Animal Hospital, a general companion animal practice of only 2,100 SF, won dvm360’s Hospital of Year award in the Under-8,000 SF category. It is celebrated for its optimal floor plan and an exemplary use of color and finishes to promote a high standard of veterinary design. Established in 1986 in a Read More...

April 1, 2018

2018 dvm360 Hospital of the Year: VCA Northpointe Animal Hospital

VCA Northpointe Animal Hospital in Yuba City, CA serves as the only 24-hour veterinary emergency hospital in the area and, like so many emergency practices in recent years, had outgrown its existing space after more than four decades in business. More exam rooms and dog runs were needed to accommodate this growth, and the hospital’s Read More...

April 1, 2018

2018 dvm360 Hospital Design Merit Award: Gold Coast Center for Veterinary Care

Huntington, New York is centrally located on Long Island’s Gold Coast and is home to residents who value impeccable quality of service, especially as they prioritize the health and wellness of their pets. As such, providing this sophisticated community with specialized services is a recipe for success. Here, Alan Coren, DVM personalizes convenience, boasts hospitality, Read More...

March 29, 2018

OC Animal Care Now Open to the Public!

OC Animal Care officially opened to the public on Saturday March 24th, 2018.  The facility is now serving the animals, and educating the citizens of fourteen surrounding cities and communities.  Adoptions from the facility began on Sunday March 25th. The rfa team was delighted to be in attendance at the grand opening.  The excitement and Read More...
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