I usually don't do spays or neuters on my own pets, so you shouldn't consider designing your own hospital. Here are more veterinary design don'ts.
Come along for the ride with me as I take things out of context, distort the facts and manipulate the verbiage to make your new veterinary hospital as successful as possible.
In order to push the envelope in veterinary hospital design, sometimes you have to be a little high maintenance.
Learn the pros and cons to boxy vs. L-shaped designs, and discover the best shape for your veterinary hospital.
Many veterinary hospitals will be too big or too small. Keep trying until you find the perfect fit.
Sometimes clarity hits you when you're not at work. Mark Hafen, AIA, came back from vacation with realizations that will help him design even better hospitals in the new year.
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