Small Animal Community Practice Service Building

Project Description:

Quick Overview of Community Practice Service Building Project. 

  • Completed Back In June 2018 This was a $7.7M Project The purpose of this project was to construct a stand-alone Community Practice Service and Shelter Medicine facility. The Community Practice Service will offer primary care to dogs and cats in the Ithaca area. This service is run by fourth year students and overseen by faculty veterinarians.
  • FCS Project Management Team Was John Keefe, Dan McClure and Sue Hartman

Scale of the Project:

  • 12,000 SF Demolition of the Poultry Virus Building to make way for a stand-alone wood framed New Building. Containing offices, exam rooms, operating rooms, treatment rooms, a waiting room and accessory spaces.

Here is a link to an article from the Vet School; it contains more info and a video at the end!

https://www2.vet.cornell.edu/news/20180711/technology-and-care-combine-cornell-s-new-small-animal-community-practice 


Location: 107 Farrier Road (West of Caldwell Road)
Type: New Building
Project Size: 12,000 SF

Customer: College of Veterinary Medicine
CU PM: John Keefe
CU CM: Dan McClure