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The No. 1 building cost veterinarians overlook
Managing a construction project is a complicated and time-consuming endeavor. Don't forget to budget for this cost when you're planning your new veterinary facility—Wayne Usiak, AIA, comments on this crucial expense. More...
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Hanging with Hafen: Learn lessons from Los Angeles architecture
Often veterinary architects struggle to balance form and function. It took a trip to the West Coast for me to realize we should go back to our roots and focus on designing what works. More...
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Building a legacy of quality care: Shenandoah Veterinary Hospital
The expanding family of veterinarians at Shenandoah Veterinary Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va., found much-needed space in a new 8,000-square-foot hospital—and continued their father's quality of care. More...
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Back to the bayou: Doctor starts practice in New Orleans
You don't have to have a huge, freestanding hospital to be successful. Learn from this burned-out doctor who found the pulse of his new practice in a storefront building in the heart of his hometown. More...
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