The 4-exam-room hospital was constructed
in a renovated commercial two-story brick building.
During the renovation process, the hospital opened in
its new location with procedures and exams taking place
in the second-floor office space. The surgery and animal
housing is also located on the second floor.
Cherrydale Veterinary Clinic was remodeled with a small
addition to the existing building. The three-exam-room
hospital has a 24-animal capacity. Design features include
a new skylight over the reception lobby, a new entry
facade, and a much-needed storeroom addition. Good floor
planning allows staff to function efficiently in this
Construction pre-planning allowed
the owner of this clinic to employ contractors who would
provide 24-hour-a-day work, so the facility closed for
only two weeks during remodeling.
Pets Veterinary Clinic:
AFTER: 3,000-s.f. animal hospital
The All Pets Veterinary Clinic,
renovated from an old butcher shop, contains four exam
rooms, with a 22-animal capacity. Design features include
a treatment area with two peninsula workspaces, and
a new exterior facade with colorful design graphics
including built-in planters. A mural decorates the side
of the Exterior Insulated Finish System (EIFS) building.
Countryside Veterinary Clinic:
AFTER: 5,529 s.f.
The Columbus Countryside Veterinary
Clinic is a wood-frame building which contains four
exam rooms, a thirty-four occupant kennel, cat boarding,
and a retail boutique. Columbus Countryside was featured
in KSA's October