Custom Categories: Veterinary

ARC Animal Rehabilitation Center

Wells Construction partnered with Dr. Cortez and Dr. True to help design, manage the preconstruction phase, select finishes and build their 13,700 SF animal rehabilitation center in Rancho Cordova, CA. Their facility is equipped with a large training center, gym, water treadmills, exam rooms, acupuncture, radiology and ultrasound to enhance animal care and rehabilitation.

The Grand Lake Veterinary Hospital

The Wells team assisted in the preconstruction and construction phase for the expansion of Grand Lake Veterinary Hospital and collaborated with the design team throughout the process. This 1,999 SF project includes: 4 exam rooms, a large treatment area, pharmacy, an extended lab area, large office space, and a modern reception area with retail displays.

TRUVET Specialty & Emergency Hospital

TruVet Specialty and Emergency Hospital is the first locally owned veterinary specialty hospital in the North Bay. This 6,272 SF practice located Petaluma, CA is fully equipped with 6 exam rooms, a large treatment area, surgery suites, orthopedic surgery, oncology, endoscopy, modern/farmhouse finishes throughout, and more. The Wells team assisted with obtaining a conditional use permit, the design process, and helped manage consultants throughout the preconstruction phase into construction.

Sacramento SPCA

The Wells team partnered with the Sacramento SPCA’s leadership team to assist in preconstruction efforts along with full service construction. Our preconstruction services included: design assistance/input, along with finish selections to help transform their existing space into a state-of-the-art spay and neuter clinic, that will increase capacity by 38%. This high-volume clinic includes:  4 surgery rooms, expansive treatment and surgery prep, large dental suites, expanded dog and cat kennels, feral cat room, med gas room, x-ray and more. Wells Construction is a proud supporter of the Sacramento SPCA and our team is honored to help bring the Sacramento SPCA’s “vision” into a reality.