The scope of this design-build project included a phase one 15,000-square-foot full interior renovation and exterior modifications. Phase two consisted of bringing the space to code and provided an area for future expansion. The only item not demolished during construction was the building structure. All interior components—including plumbing, fire protection, and mechanical and electrical systems—were removed, re-designed, and installed.
Although the schedule was tight, Frampton Construction, along with the help of the owners, subcontractors, and vendors, achieved substantial project completion in five months. The completed facility comes equipped with state of the art MRI, CT, and X-ray equipment and features epoxy flooring throughout the building to provide a clean and sterile environment.
Owner: Charlotte Animal Referral and Emergency
Architect: Mcmillan Pazdan Smith Architecture
Category: Medical, Veterinary