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Wolf Trap Animal Rescue (Merrifield, Virginia - 2016)

Design and construction drawings for 4,200 s.f. animal rescue facility and veterinary hospital including reception and rescue intake areas, exam rooms and offices, surgical suite, treatment and pack/prep areas, lab/pharmacy, laundry, toilet rooms, and employee break room.

 

Hybla Valley Veterinary Hospital (Alexandria, Virginia - 2014)

Feasibility study for interior hospital renovation to upgrade finishes and provide more functional work spaces. Design renovations to reception and treatment areas, exam/x-ray/surgery rooms and provide new ADA unisex toilet room.

 

Cape Charles Animal Clinic (Cape Charles, Virginia - 2014)

Design/construction documents for new 2,600 s.f. veterinary practice to include reception area, doctor's office, exam rooms, surgery, pack/prep room, radiology, laboratory, pharmacy, kennels, cattery, laundry room, storage, toilet rooms, and staff room.

 

Animal Medical Clinic (Chesapeake, Virginia - 2013)
Renovation of former office space for 2,900 s.f. veterinary hospital to include exam rooms, surgery, kennel, x-ray room, treatment facilities, reception area, and ADA upgrades.
 
The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine
(Vienna, Virginia - 2011)

Renovation of former boardroom for five person call center and new oncology department for 24 hour veterinary hospital.

 

Chantilly Animal Hospital
(Chantilly, Virginia - 2011)

Within existing animal hospital,  complete renovation of entire treatment area (including new isolation room and enlarged kennel) as well as upgraded finishes in lobby/reception area and exam rooms.

 

The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine
(Vienna, Virginia  - 2009)

Feasibility study for build-out of garage basement level for additional treatment rooms and storage and relocation of parking to grade level.

 

The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine
(Vienna, Virginia - 2007)

Construction documents for build-out of existing 14,000 s.f. four floor building for animal hospital to include cardiology, ophthalmology and surgery suites, receptions areas, accessible toilet rooms, x-ray and CT scan rooms, offices, treatment facilities, animal cages and runs, laundry facilities, new freight elevator, etc.

Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Northern Virginia
(Vienna, Virginia - 2003)

Expansion of clinic to include cardiology and surgery suites, waiting/reception room, accessible toilet rooms, x-ray and development rooms, offices, laundry, animal cages and runs, and treatment facilities.

 

SouthPaws Animal Hospital
(Springfield, Virginia - 2000)

Expansion of existing 24-hour animal hospital into a 13,500 s.f. facility including new intensive care unit, seven additional exam rooms, doctors’ offices, new and renovated accessible toilet rooms, x-ray unit, and expanded reception area.