The new David and Bonnie Brunner Veterinary Medical Hospital Complex encompasses over 160,000 ft2 of new hospital space on 13 acres. Highlights of the new complex include a separate hospital for horses, a stand-alone facility for farm animals, and a new structure that expands the Small Animal Hospital by adding 65,000 ft2 to the existing 40,000 ft2 facility in Lynn Hall, the previous home of the university’s Small and Large Animal Hospitals.
SRM Concrete, the project’s ready-mix concrete supplier, specified PENETRON ADMIX SB (in soluble bags) for the concrete used in the elevator pits, foundation slabs, and basement walls of Purdue’s David and Bonnie Brunner Veterinary Medical Hospital Complex.
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