Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary medicine facilities are instrumental in the care, education, and research of animals of all species, and vary from veterinary education skills labs to small primary care clinics to full-scale veterinary hospitals. Clark & Enersen has partnered with universities, pharmaceutical companies, and private industry clients to plan and design projects across the world that further the goals of improved animal health, education of future veterinary professionals, and translational medicine developments.

We understand the unique challenges and opportunities of veterinary medicine facilities, including the need for spaces and systems similar to human healthcare, but with the added layer of treating patients who are unable to speak. Our full-service team of animal facility planners, architects, and engineers recognize the importance of the human-animal bond and work closely with our clients to ensure that facility solutions are optimized for both animals and humans.

University of Missouri, Animal Resource Center

Missouri State University, Darr Agricultural Center – Bond Learning Center

University of Kansas, Transgenic and Behavioral Measurement Animal Facility

State of Montana, Laboratory Studies

Kansas State University, Mosier Hall, Pet Health and Nutrition Center

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Life Sciences Annex

University of Missouri, National Swine Research and Resource Center

Kansas State University, Trotter Hall 3rd Floor Renovation

Kansas State University, Trotter Hall 1st Floor Renovation

Colorado State University, Johnson Family Equine Hospital

Colorado State University, C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute

Iowa State University, Vet Field Services Building

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, Industry Education Center and Veterinary Tech Expansion

South Dakota State University, Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory

National Western Center, CSU Spur Campus, Vida: A One Health Building