78: Animal Care Facility | Oregon Humane Society’s "New Road Ahead"

In this episode, Cherise is joined by Sarah Cantine, Architect, Senior Associate at Scott Edwards Architecture. They discuss the Oregon Humane Society’s “New Road Ahead” project in Portland, Oregon.

Adjacent to OHS’s existing shelter, the project expands their Portland campus from one building to three, and bolsters the organization’s national leadership ability in animal welfare.

The 71,100-sf expansion comprises two buildings: one houses the Community Veterinary Hospital and the Animal Crimes Forensics Center, only the second of its kind in the nation, and the building includes a Behavior Modification and Rescue Center.

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