Due to overwhelming success in adoption and medical care services, Greenville Humane Society chose McMillan Pazdan Smith to create a phased master plan in conjunction with their capital campaign study. Results of the planning study included renovations, an additional medical office facility, a foster services facility and an event pavilion.
Relocating their clinical operations into a new facility and renovating their existing facility to only handle adoptions allows both aspects of their business to grow. Beyond the new medical facility, planning includes a third building dedicated to Foster Services that allows temporary housing as an overflow facility or for animals that require special care prior to adoption. An event pavilion and dedicated training lawn provides space for programs like dog training, fundraising events, birthday parties, etc.
The overall renovation and expansion budget of approximately $5 million includes the three new facilities and is based on the success of fundraising efforts.