Oakland Zoo Veterinary Hospital

Oakland Zoo Veterinary Hospital

East Bay Zoological Society, Oakland

The Oakland Zoo needed to replace its 1960s-era veterinary hospital with a facility that could accommodate state-of-the-art technology and increased capacity. Noll & Tam Architects’ 17,000-square-foot design greatly expands the Zoo’s animal care, research, and training programs, and will be the first LEED certified facility of its kind in the state of California. The new building incorporates labs, food prep, surgery, medical support, and staff offices.

Construction Cost: $6.4 million (est.)

Completion Date: 
October 2012