The Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Animal Hospital is Denver Zoo’s newest facility, offering guests a unique opportunity to connect with cutting-edge animal care. A 26,000 SF facility, the project began with relocation of veterinary services into a temporary facility and demolition of the old hospital. The new Zoo Animal Hospital includes a world-class diagnostic laboratory, indoor and outdoor holding and quarantine spaces, state-of-the-art treatment rooms and surgery suites, and is one of the only animal hospitals in the country with a CT scanner. The Hospital offers guests the opportunity to watch procedures and animal care from an elevated viewing platform, allowing a glimpse into the world of veterinary medicine. This facility totaled $17.5M in construction costs.

Key Stats

Square Footage: 26,000
Owner: Denver Zoological Foundation
Architect: Stantec
Market: Municipal/Cultural
Location: Denver, Colorado