Biscoe Pet Hospital
Biscoe Pet Hospital was a renovation of an existing 2,223 square foot bank building into a new veterinary practice. This was a fantastic opportunity to "Think Outside the Fence!" Special care was taken to fit a rather large scope of work, that usually would take over 3,000 square feet, into this existing space. The design would include plans to use the bank vault as the doctor’s offices and controlled drug storage.
The existing outdated bank lobby was renovated to be an inviting reception area. The previous conference room and offices were redesigned to accommodate 3 exam rooms plus laundry. The bank teller area now houses the new treatment area and pharmacy. And a large meeting room was renovated to house the surgery and recovery areas, plus an x‐ray room, and isolation room. The original double wythe exterior brick walls can still be seen throughout the practice with a fresh coat of paint. The final touch to the face lift includes composite fiber planks framing the entrance and providing the backdrop for the practice’s signature silhouette logo. From old, tired and worn‐out to modern, clean and fresh, this building now houses a thriving veterinary practice that both employees and clients enjoy.