Providing architectural design services for the Veterinary Hospital’s renovation and expansion; planning and phasing will support a 21st century model of Veterinary Hospital to create new clinical spaces, incorporate new technologies and optimize patient flow.

The Ohio State University

Responsible for planning the overall site, designing and implementing an addition to the north and a primary and emergency entrance. The primary entrance will refigure and strengthen the connection to the surrounding buildings and the campus as a whole, enhancing the College of Veterinary Medicine’s overall campus by establishing new relationships to the adjacent quad spaces and new interior public spaces.

The Ohio State University

Involving the adaptive reuse of a 1960s building, the project will enable the Veterinary Medical Center to: enlarge and enhance the client reception and waiting area; add exam rooms; create specialized treatment areas for intensive care and emergencies; design updated specialty clinical and surgical suites; and, provide enriched teaching and learning spaces.

The Ohio State University

In collaboration with Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects as Design Architect.

Targeting LEED Silver Certification.