FIREHOUSE VETERINARY HOSPITAL – DENVER, CO
This beautiful old brick building in a busy older part of Denver had an open bow string truss roof along with large skylights allowing warm natural light to penetrate to the main treatment area. The dirt floor remained after the concrete floor was removed. This condition was a blessing with all of the plumbing needs, it was efficient to place plumbing piping then pour a new concrete floor.
The openness of the lobby to the exam rooms gave a comfortable feeling as you entry the hospital. Throughout the facility, the spaces are open to the high ceiling except in surgery, recovery and the dog wards.
The charm of the building has remained as the hospital was developed with state-of-the-art technology for staff and clients.