Everyone in the business knows now how ideal former drugstores are for plasma operations:
Stough got in on the ground floor of drugstore conversions and has access to some of the most desirable locations for plasma collection.
Because of our investment in these properties before the post-COVID real estate boom, we can show you productive locations at appealing prices.Back To Top
Stough entered the plasma business in the 1960s, opening collection centers exclusively in existing buildings. Over the decades, we learned a thing or two about converting spaces for effective plasma operations.
We got better and better about choosing locations that would draw the most productive donors. We learned how to retrofit spaces for efficient donor flow and plasma storage.
By the time Stough left the plasma collection business in the 2000s to focus on designing and building superior plasma centers for industry leaders, we had perfected the art of building conversion for the industry.Back To Top
A Stough-led drugstore conversion includes updating or replacing all the key components of the building, including:
Part of the rebranding will probably include a new building sheath, either artificial stucco or, as required by local codes in many places, brick. As the walls of this type of building can be boring, a certain amount of detailing is welcome.
A conversion is not always cheaper, but it can be faster: the walls are already up, there are existing utility lines, the parking lot and landscaping are ready to go, the location may be ideal. You do not have to try to acquire materials difficult to source in 2021.
We are ready to assist you in transforming any building into an attractive one that serves your needs, or starting new for the price of a superb conversion.Back To Top
To streamline delivery and control costs, we take a prototype approach when possible, engage local civil engineering consultants for each project, and establish a working relationship with the local governing authority.