Carroll College Perkings
Canine Center


DAC was brought on to lead construction on this new, 2600 SF building for Carroll College’s anthrozoology program, designed as an all-purpose facility for their pre-vet and canine science students. The Center, which was completed in time for the Fall 2020 semester, includes an open-concept. canine training room with beautiful views toward downtown Helena and the surrounding mountains, a 30-seat classroom, ANZ faculty offices, research rooms, a veterinary treatment room, wash rooms, and both indoor and outdoor kennels. With projections estimating major growth in upcoming years, the new facility will allow the anthrozoology department to truly reach its potential.
Project Facts
Completed: August 2020
Square Feet: 2,600
Full Canine Training Facility
Research Space
Veterinary Treatment Rooms
The quality of … work was excellent, and they expected and obtained high-quality work from their subcontractors.
Jim Beal — CTA Principal in Charge / Sheridan College Projects
The key attributes of the Dick Anderson team are their capabilities, work effort, and ability to manage.
Danny Kaluza — Director of Support Services
The Dick Anderson team are extremely skilled and knowledgeable in current construction trends… and I would not hesitate to recommend them.
Larry L. Markuson — K-12 Superintendent
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