Leading the World in Animal Care Facility Design
BDA Veterinary Architecture
For over 25 years, BDA Architecture has designed hundreds of animal care facilities around the world. From 600-square-foot storefront renovations to emergency facilities to 35,000-square-foot specialty / referral animal hospitals, our expertise can provide you with the best in veterinary clinic design and architecture . As hospital architects our projects represent over 3 million square feet of successful Veterinary Hospital Plans.
CMP specializes in: Quality Construction and Design / Build Services Dedicated to Animal Care Facilities
BDA / CMP offers three options to complete their project, which include permit/engineering drawings, permitting, and building construction.
Option 1 -
Design / Build by the BDA / CMP Team
In this option, you select the BDA/CMP Team to complete the engineering/permit drawings, process your building permit and construct your facility. CMP begins by providing you a detailed, lump sum, fixed price cost proposal for their services and the construction. Following your acceptance of this proposal, BDA will prepare the Architectural/Engineering permit documents and CMP processes them for a building permit. Upon issuance of the permit, CMP assigns a Site Superintendent to live on-site and provide full-time supervision, through project completion, supported fully by the BDA/CMP staff.
Option 2 -
Design and Permit/Engineering Documents by BDA;
Permit/Construction by Your Local General Contractor
In this option, BDA will complete the Architectural/Engineering permit documents at standard rates, then provide these documents to your selected General Contractor(s) for pricing. Following your award of a Construction Contract, the builder will submit the documents for a permit. Upon issuance of a building permit, BDA will assist you with Administration of the Construction Contract, including benchmark inspections, and the Contractor will complete the construction. BDA will assist you with project Closeout including preparation of a final “deficiency punchlist” of items the contractor must complete prior to receiving final payment.
Option 3 -
Programming, Conceptual, Schematic Design by BDA;
Permit/Engineering Drawings by Local Design Professional;
Construction by Your Selected General Contractor
In this option, BDA provides the Schematic Design drawings to your selected local design professional or contractor for their preparation of permit/engineering drawings. The local team’s drawings are then provided to your selected General Contractor for pricing. Upon your award of a Contract for Construction, this team will submit for and process a building permit, complete the construction and provide services to administer the Construction Contract.