Grand Opening: OSU Frank Stanton Veterinary Clinic

June 2, 2021 • aaitken

This unique facility at The Ohio State University is advancing the future of veterinary medicine and education.

We’re so proud to be part of the story behind this innovative veterinary clinic at The Ohio State University designed by Davis Wince Architecture. The Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care Clinic is one of the first university-owned facilities to feature spaces for both primary care services and educational training for veterinary students. With a variety of training rooms and patient care rooms, the clinic will better prepare students for a career in veterinary medicine upon graduation.

Check out a video of the virtual ribbon cutting below, featuring a gaggle of adorable corgis!

The clinic has a long history of partnership with Frank Stanton and the Stanton Foundation. Our graphic design team worked with the College of Veterinary Medicine to develop environmental graphic installations that describe the clinic’s mission and showcase Frank Stanton’s lifelong love for dogs and support for the University. Signage throughout the space was designed using black aluminum with signature scarlet accents for a consistent, elevated aesthetic. Columbus Sign Company installed the graphics.

Check out the 10TV News article on the clinic here.

The second floor features an Ohio State Block-O made from over 1,500 red dog tags.


The Frank Stanton story is represented with photos specialty-printed on black aluminum and acoustic panels.


Guests are greeted with framed photos of the beloved Stanton family pets.


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