East Lansing, MI
The center offers faculty and students the physical space to provide veterinary oncology services for small domesticated and farm animals.
The construction of the facility was completed in phases and within a design framework that limited square footage and costs, but nevertheless, allowed for aesthetically pleasing elements. Clients are welcomed into a two-story, glass entrance and atrium – a focal point that serves as gathering space for both faculty and clients.
Phase I encompassed approximately 42,000 square feet of new space for the Oncology Center and provided ideal service relationships between Oncology Clinics, Medical Oncology, Nuclear Medicine, and Radiation Oncology. The center houses a linear accelerator which provides radiation treatment for cancer patients, as well as, modern exam rooms, holding facilities and offices. Phase II consisted of providing research laboratory functions and additional clinic space.
The building was designed and constructed to optimize a future vertical expansion and incorporates all the necessary components to support additional research and development.