Construction continues for the Granville Township Fire Station in Granville, Ohio. The 19,500 sf station will replace the existing station complex in downtown Granville, providing the Department with 5 drive-thru apparatus bays with ancillary spaces and living quarters for up to 10 firefighters per shift. In addition to supporting the needs of the Fire Department, […]
Mull & Weithman recently completed a feasibility study for additions and renovations to the City of Cambridge’s main fire station. The purpose of the study was to explore the possibility of modifying the existing building instead of building a new station on a different site. The existing station is located on a tight site in […]
Mull & Weithman Architects has been selected for the design of a new fire station, township offices and road maintenance facility for Washington Township, Lorain County. Existing Township operations are in a shared facility on a small site off of Route 71. Mull & Weithman will be working closely with the Township to help develop […]
The City of Columbus has hired Mull & Weithman Architects to complete design and construction services for the City’s new Police and Fire Joint Wellness Center. The project includes the renovation of an existing City property and will focus on providing a secure, private space to assist in identifying and preserving the mental health and […]
The City of Ashland, Ohio has hired Mull & Weithman Architects as the Criteria Architect for the design of their new Fire Station No. 2. Mull & Weithman previously worked with Ashland for the feasibility study of this station to support the growing community (completed in 2018). Our firm completed the criteria documents and assisted […]
The City of Columbus Division of Police is now operating out of the new Kimberley K. Jacobs Policing Center in the Far North Neighborhood. The new, 12,000 sf facility which includes administrative spaces as well as a community training room, will allow the Department to better serve the growing community.
Mull & Weithman Architects is working with the City of Chillicothe for the design of a new satellite Fire Station 2 to replace the City’s existing Station 4. The project will include space to house up to 3 pieces of apparatus and 4 fire fighters per shift.
Mull & Weithman Architects is working with the City of North Ridgeville, Ohio for the renovation of the City’s existing Fire Station 2. Renovations will provide functional health, safety and wellness updates to extend the useful life of the existing Station including enclosed turnout gear storage, transition vestibules, and a personal decontamination space.
Located in Delta, Ohio the Delta Community Fire Department hired Mull & Weithman Architects to complete a feasibility study to expand the existing Township Hall into a fire station to support the community’s current needs and anticipated growth. A key component in this study included supporting the Department’s evolving needs as it transitions its workforce […]
NORTH RIDGEVILLE, OH—Hundreds of people came out to tour the new fire station in North Ridgeville on July 13. They weren’t disappointed at what they found. The new station was built across from the North Ridgeville Academic Center on Bainbridge Road after outgrowing the current station that is 60 years old, built in 1957. Even […]