June 27, 2017

OC Animal Care Construction Update

Exterior and interior construction continues for OC Animal Care. In the last couple of months, we have seen huge progress of this fast-track, design build campus. Our focus during construction includes site visits to monitor the work being done, reviewing submittals and answering RFI’s. At this point: Glazing and roofing of the seven (7) primary Read More...

January 23, 2017

Work in Progress at OC Animal Care

The work in progress at OC Animal Care continues as, in the last three days, all tilt wall panels were erected, supporting the fast-track construction of Orange County’s new animal shelter. The exciting moment of the last concrete panel being lifted up into place completing the exterior shell of the new animal care facility. The Read More...

September 27, 2016

Project Programming

Prior to financially investing in the design of elaborate floor plans and full schematic design, we at rfa suggest beginning the animal care facility design process with architectural project programming. This will provide a complete, comprehensive, and accurate understanding of exactly what the entire project will include at very little upfront cost. Architectural project programming Read More...

September 12, 2016

A Veterinary Remodel to Remember on Cape Cod

Congratulations to this Cape Cod veterinary remodel to remember on its Merit Award win in the 2016 dvm360 Hospital Design Competition! Dr. Tom Burns and his team at Veterinary Associates of Cape Cod had a crystal-clear vision of what they wanted for their new hospital facility, and we at rfa are very happy for them Read More...

August 1, 2016

OC Animal Care Groundbreaking

Over 200 Orange County staff, volunteers, and community members joined the groundbreaking celebration on Friday, July 29th at the site of the future OC Animal Care. The facility, to be built on 10 acres at the former Tustin Marine Corps Air Station, will cost nearly $30 million to construct. The new animal shelter campus facility Read More...

August 14, 2015

Nurturing Animal Care With Nature

Natural Lighting If veterinary medicine is to rise to a higher level of appreciation and service, architects are also obligated to improve upon its associated facility design. This only becomes possible by removing the closed character of the rooms and spaces that constitute a veterinary hospital design and by introducing biophilic animal care design. Through Read More...
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