Trends in vet practice design: Brisbane and surrounds

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Trends in vet practice design: Brisbane and surrounds

Vet practice design has a number of challenges not generally faced in human clinics. These include traumatised owners and perhaps their children accompanying pets into examination rooms. The vet practice architect must combine a sterile environment with a need to make their vet practice fit outs fun to be in.

The vet practice builder’s colour scheme

Our vet practice architecture uses bright colours on walls, to offset interior decorating touches over washable floors leading to examination rooms with stainless steel fittings. We design our surgeries to best vet practice architecture standards. As pet owners ourselves, we believe these things are important.

Vet practice design: Brisbane reception areas

In our extensive experience as designers of vet practices, it is best to allow pet owners two options for their animals while waiting for assistance in vet practice fit outs. Some pets are happy to sit quietly with their owners. Others need somewhere to walk about – if the vet practice design is in the suburbs, providing a quiet corner of the garden would provide a safe space to answer the calls of nature.

Our vet practice builder’s solution for the reception area

First impressions count in any entrance foyer, and this is as true with vet practice fit outs as it is in any business. Our vet practice architect favours crisp, clear reception counters without gaps and shadow lines, so they are easy to keep hygienically germ-free and clean.

Veterinary waiting rooms are ideal places to upsell pet accessories to waiting clients. If attractively displayed in supermarket gondola style, pet owners can spend as much on them as they pay the vet for professional services. This is also a great way to add additional visual interest to a space often kept clear for easy cleaning.

We recommend fixed tiers of seating to help manage the situation when the waiting room is full or owners and pets, while the veterinary surgeon is attending to an emergency elsewhere. Our vet practice architect has many more ideas for turning your vet clinic into a vet practice design of which you will be proud.

Get in touch…

We would love to help you ensure your vet practice design complies with the code of conduct established by the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Queensland. To make first contact please call us on +61 7 3352 5899. If you prefer, you can send an email or complete an enquiry form on this website. We look forward to hearing from you!


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