Center for Animal Health | Edwardsburg, Michigan
After sitting empty for two years, a once-popular local spot for ice cream was brought back to life as the veterinary practice of doctors David and Karen Visser. A new 1,949 square foot addition was built to accommodate basement kennels, a main floor treatment room, I.C.U. and an isolation room. A new restroom and employee break room was added on the second floor.
Interior features of the renovation/addition include stone accent walls and columns, a large window allowing visitors a behind-the-scenes look into the surgery and lab areas, and the original two-story brick fireplace and exposed roof trusses in the waiting area.
“In 2009, we remodeled an existing restaurant into a state-of-the-art veterinary hospital, a project that required dramatic interior changes as well as expansion. The most remarkable part about our experience was the extreme organization and personal attention to our needs, with exceptional focus on timeliness and communication.”
Dr. David Visser