Frontier Veterinary Hospital

When Frontier Veterinary Hospital turned 56 years old in 2003, the owner celebrated by opening the doors to the new veterinary clinic. The original hospital building (in use since 1947!) was overcrowded and aging. Their vision was of a modern facility with plenty of room for their canine and feline guests.

The new 7,000-square-foot facility sits on a compact piece of land in a busy commercial neighborhood, so utilities installation was a challenge and meticulous construction scheduling a priority. The Robert Evans Company had the expertise to keep the project running smoothly.

“We met weekly with Bob Evans and our project manager, and never felt the meetings were rushed,” said Scott. “They always took the time to address our questions. In fact, we were surprised at the level of concern shown for our project. At one point, they offered to help us redesign two or three areas to save space and money.”

The new hospital boasts three modern exam rooms, a special procedures room, a surgery suite, ICU, pharmacy, lab, radiology area, grooming suite, administration offices, a children’s play area, adoption center and boarding rooms that even have Web cameras! The clinic is just what customers wanted — a large, comfortable and comforting place to bring their beloved pets.

CONSTRUCTION
Wood Frame

ARCHITECT / ENGINEER
Partin and Hill

LOCATION
Hillsboro, OR

COMPLETED
2003

CONTRACT
GMP

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