Get one-on-one hospital design consultation at CVC San Diego

Get one-on-one hospital design consultation at CVC San Diego

New this year, we've got the tips and tricks you need to build the hospital of your dreams.
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Sep 28, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

If you’re in the process of building or renovating a hospital, you can’t afford to miss out on Hospital Design Highlights at CVC San Diego. This two-day seminar, held Nov. 5 and 6, will give you the tools you need to complete your building project while keeping costs down. Veterinary architects Mark Hafen, AIA, and Wayne Usiak, AIA, will be on hand at the event to help you:

> Save money and get results with a thorough understanding of the building process

> Create an affordable hospital with room to accommodate industry trends

> Get a handle on material choices, building phases, and storage planning

> Balance the needs of clients, patients, and staff members

In addition to this information-packed seminar, you’ll have the option to receive invaluable feedback on your project. Sign up for a one-on-one consultation, and Hafen or Usiak will evaluate your plans and ideas to get you on the right track. Registration is $40 ($60 for on-site registration), and availability is limited, so sign up early.

Click here to learn more about—and to register for—Hospital Design Highlights at CVC San Diego.

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