Vivaria play a critical role in the development of medical advancements and biomedical discoveries for the world. Clark & Enersen has worked with higher education institutions and private industry clients to develop spaces and facilities that provide the resources and infrastructure required to achieve client goals and objectives.

We understand the unique challenges of vivaria, including the need to plan for flexible spaces, reliable infrastructure, robust and varied equipment, and effective waste handling. Our full-service team of planners, architects, engineers, and commissioning agents work closely with all stakeholders to develop creative design solutions that optimize operational goals and promote cutting-edge research advancements to improve the world.

University of Missouri, Animal Resource Center

University of Missouri-Kansas City, Health Sciences Building, Animal Facility

University of Missouri, Medical Science Building, Vivarium Renovation

Colorado Mesa University, Wubben Hall Renovation and Addition

Clarke University, Center for Science Inquiry

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Life Sciences Annex

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Gnotobiotic Mouse Facility

University of Nebraska at Kearney, Bruner Hall of Science Addition and Renovation

University of Missouri, Research Animal Diagnostic Laboratory

University of Kansas, Transgenic and Behavioral Measurement Animal Facility