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Building a Safer Pet Hospital with Steel

Protect the Animals and Your Investment by Building with Steel Pre-engineered steel buildings safeguard a pet hospital investment— as well as its precious animal patients— better than other building materials. When fierce winds wail, lightning sizzles, fire rages, or the earth tremors, prefabricated metal buildings stand up to the challenge. Commercial-grade steel framing like RHINO Steel Building Systems provides maximum damage protection for a veterinary facility. WINDS: Most wind damage occurs when strong winds breach the building envelope. High winds… Read More

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A Healthier Vet Hospital Starts with Steel

Building Healthy Surroundings for Animal Patients Pre-engineered steel buildings create an atmosphere for improved health and healing in many ways for a vet hospital— as well as other medical or commercial structures. The same health benefits metal buildings afford people also benefit animals recuperating in veterinary hospitals. Indoor Air Quality Indoor air quality (IAQ) is of paramount concern. According to estimates by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Americans spend 90% of their time indoors. Yet an Environmental Protection Agency… Read More

In Commercial Buildings, Equestrian Buildings, more

Veterinary Clinic Chooses RHINO Steel Buildings

Outlaw Equine Selects on RHINO for Its New Facility Outlaw Equine Hospital and Rehab Center began construction of a new state-of-the-art veterinary clinic in 2012. Determined to offer the finest care for horses in all of North Texas, Outlaw Equine chose RHINO Steel Building Systems to house the new facility. Medical Care for Equine Athletes Josh Harvey, DVM, opened the Outlaw Equine (OE) in 2007. Veterinarian medicine runs in the blood of some families. “My father was a vet and… Read More

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Metal Buildings for Veterinary Facilities

Why So Many Veterinarians Choose Steel Buildings Whether building a new practice from scratch or expanding a current operation, metal buildings fit the bill for all types of veterinary facilities. Pre-engineered steel buildings deliver greater usable space, simpler customization, and faster construction than other methods for building a kennel facility or vet clinic. Surprisingly affordable, metal buildings promise more bang for the buck now— plus lower expenses over time. Lower maintenance and discounted insurance premiums reduce metal building operating costs.… Read More

In Building Green with Steel, Commercial Buildings, more

Building Green Healthcare Facilities

Choosing Eco-Friendly Materials for Medical Buildings There are two compelling reasons to build green healthcare facilities: saving our planet and saving money. Choosing sustainable, recycled structural materials for any new construction project conserves resources and promotes cleaner air quality. Building green is the responsible choice. Altruistic conservation ideals aside, building green healthcare facilities is also the practical choice. Green buildings last longer, consume less energy, and cost less to operate. Saving RESOURCES by Building Green with Steel The U.S. Green Building… Read More

In General Information, Health and Steel Buildings, more

Baby Boomers Drive Need for Medical Buildings- Part 2

The Advantages of Building Healthcare Facilities with Steel As the multitudes of baby boomers march relentlessly toward 65, the need for more medical buildings increases, year by year. In 1950, 12.3 MILLION people in the U.S. were 65 or older In 2000, the number of senior Americans swelled to 25.0 MILLION. By 2030, after the last of the baby boomers hits 65, the senior ranks will swell to 72.1 MILLION. By 2050, the number of Americans 65 or older is… Read More

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Baby Boomers Drive Need for Medical Buildings- Part 1

Graying U.S. Population Will Require More Healthcare Facilities As the largest generation of Americans in history hits the “golden years,” the healthcare industry will require an increasing number of medical buildings. Aging baby boomers will require more clinics, nursing homes, pharmacies, physical therapy facilities, physician and specialists offices, testing facilities and labs, and urgent care offices for treatment. “Baby boomers”— those born between 1946 and 1964— are the largest segment of the U.S. population, 78 million strong. Baby Boomers: A… Read More

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