Bond Vet Continues to Grow with ESD
By Ryann Menges, PE
ESD is proud to play a part in Bond Vet’s recent growth. The New York City-based veterinary service has a business model somewhere between an emergency room and a primary care physician for pets. Bond Vet continues to develop new animal hospitals focusing on urgent care and wellness exams throughout the city with plans to expand throughout the East Coast.
The most recent clinic opening is in Hell’s Kitchen, with two more locations to open this month in StuyTown and Kips Bay. These locations are in addition to five others where we’ve provided services. The key to successful launches is understanding and addressing the specific needs and concerns of both the client and building owners.
Each new site presents unique challenges. Landlord involvement and provided building services can vary broadly across sites. The ESD team participates in early lease reviews to set up more successful interactions with landlords. This close collaboration helps facilitate speedy lease executions.
ESD’s dedicated and deliberate collaboration as well as the tremendous value ESD has brought to each project has helped establish a strong partnership with Bond Vet.
Respect everyone. Work hard. Play to win. Ryann Menges brings these company values to every project with her passion to meet clients’ needs customizing her approach to projects based on her inclinations.
Are you turning a retail space into a health services clinic? Reach out to Ryann to ensure the unique space and infrastructure needs for day-to-day operations will be met.
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