This 7,600 square foot building is constructed for Resort for Pets, a vacation boarding and full service animal hospital.
Completed in late 2016, The Arlington Vet Center is a spacious 6,165 square foot full service veterinary facility with several exam, treatment and conference rooms, x-ray lab, operating room, grooming station, state-of-the-art isolation runs, and luxury boarding suites. The interior features a rustic western theme with epoxy flooring in high traffic animal areas along with a built in wet-dry CycloVac system for integrated removal and cleaning of treatment and exam areas. The exterior of the building features lavish landscaping along with several prominent cedar elements, covered steel parking structure, and a covered yard area with K-9 grass.
This project completed in 2014 for Holt Veterinary Clinic was multi-phased to keep the 1946 original building standing during the construction of the new facility. The new 5,600 square foot building was constructed behind the existing building, on the site of an existing kennel building, on a zero lot line property. Once completed the existing building was abated, torn down and the area used for a new approach and parking lot off of SMU Blvd. designed by Barry Bull Ballas
This project was completed in Fall of 2012. Metro Paws Animal Hospital is a 4600 square foot Veterinary Animal Practice in Southern Dallas. The project was eligible for city of Dallas Tax Infrastructure Finance funding based on proportionate minority contractor participation. The Architecture of Gerald Ward brought together not only a very unique modern exterior but also an interior space plan with great patient flow with warm and inviting natural light throughout.
Completed in 2011, Animal Eye Clinic‘s new Arlington location was constructed in a previously existing space. The interior waiting room features stone accent walls and circular coffered ceilings. The clinic areas utilizes rubber and epoxy flooring. The kennel room includes a flushing trench drain at canine kennels and laminate glass walls for improved sound attenuation.