Built in the 1960’s and last renovated in the early 1990’s, the well-established and flourishing Manheim Pike Veterinary Hospital had long outgrown its confined and dated space. The goal of this expansion and renovation project was to double the medical/surgical square footage, and add additional office, kennel, storage, and other ancillary spaces such as grieving rooms, a child’s play area, and larger lobby/waiting room. The project included demolition of the existing front half of the building (approximately 60% of the structure), leaving only the basement and existing first floor.New construction included a two-story, 2,500 square foot structure onto the existing foundation/footprint. Renovation work within the back half of the facility encompassed a complete reconfiguration of the space into a state-of-the art surgery, treatment, dental, and laboratory area.
Architect: TONO Group