Learn before you build

Learn before you build

Our Hospital Design experts are heading to CVC East to give you a step-by-step guide to building a hospital.
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Apr 10, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Any veterinary practice owner who has built a hospital can attest to the complicated nature of the construction process. If a new facility is in your future, make your life a little easier by gaining insight from two of the leading experts in veterinary construction. New this year to CVC East, the Veterinary Economics two-day hospital design seminar April 24 to 25 will feature speakers Dan Chapel, AIA, and Wayne Usiak, AIA. Chapel and Usiak will cover a variety of subjects, from choosing a building site to creating curb appeal to planning functional and attractive exam rooms. Click here to learn more about the seminar.

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