Talk to your veterinary architect (and get what you need)
"Our business is preventing mistakes," says veterinary architect and Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference faculty member Wayne Usiak, AIA. And you can help him or your own architect or builder make things go much smoother for you.
For starters, fully disclose every last thing you want to see in your hospital (did you mention reception area displays and kiosks?), and don't fall in love with your own sketches (leave the finished product to the folks who have to think of everything, including janitor's closets and IT rooms).
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