Visit Us at Booth #4414 at VMX!
As a veterinarian with a busy practice, you have to wear many hats, but a construction hat shouldn’t be one of them. Morton Buildings will guide you through the design and construction of a new clinic with a stress-free, low-cost process called Morton designBUILD.
From veterinary clinics and hospitals, to animal shelters, to boarding facilities and more, Morton Buildings has the knowledge and experience to deliver a one-of-a-kind building for your unique needs. For decades, we’ve been providing custom animal facility design and construction services across the United States. Whether you want new construction or an addition to an existing structure, we have the knowledge and experience to listen to your current and future needs and make design and construction recommendations based on your unique situation. We work with you to create a building that suits your business, your brand, and your budget.
Our open floor plans allow you to customize the space of your steel veterinary office building to enhance traffic flow, lighting, and use. Morton’s Hi-Rib acoustical steel is also a popular feature in animal facilities. Installed in or around the ceiling, acoustical steel helps to reduce the noise inside your building, something that is important when housing numerous dogs.
Watch this video for a full tour and interview with Dr. Craig Smith, DVM, owner of Pet Wellness and Urgent Care Center:
A whole team of vertically integrated Morton construction professionals focus exclusively on executing our unique construction-led, design-build process for Morton commercial projects! You are able to retain all rights to all information (plans, designs, specs, etc). You will only commit to each phase, one at a time. Plus, we are confident in our craftsmanship and back it with easy-to-understand warranties that are the best in the industry. Click here to see how it works!
Visit our booth, #4414, at the VMX show in Orlando and enter to win an L.L. Bean Sporting Dog First Aid Kit! Meet with Dr. Tammy Jess about her experience and ask her any questions you may have about the building process!
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