Attending the Station Design Conference next week (May 14th-16th) in Chicago? Make sure to visit Mull & Weithman Architects at booth 50.
The City of Delaware, Ohio held a grand opening ceremony for the new Station 304, the fourth fire station in the City to serve the growing communities in the southeast area of the City. The station was designed from a prototype design developed by Mull & Weithman Architects as part of the design process for […]
Mull & Weithman Architects was selected by the City of Piqua to complete an existing facility assessment and feasibility study for the Piqua Fire Department. The process culminated with the design of a new 21,000 sf fire station to replace the current station built in 1927. The proposed station incorporates provisions for future growth and […]
Construction is well underway for the Far North Neighborhood Policing Center in Columbus, Ohio! The foundation has been poured, the masonry is being placed, and infrastructure work is ongoing.
The City of Norwalk, Ohio held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for the New Fire Station 501 located at 108 Whittlesey Avenue on Thursday, November 15th. The state-of-the-art station, which is the first to be built in the city in 106 years, was funded in part by the numerous donations of local businesses […]
The Norwalk Fire Department met on November 7, 2018 to formally close the old Station located at 42 Whittlesey Ave. The Station served the City of Norwalk for 106 years, but no longer met the functional needs of the growing community. The closure comes as the Department moves to it’s new home, a 17,000 sf […]
The City of Columbus, Ohio held a groundbreaking ceremony for the New Far North Neighborhood Policing Center at 8118 Sancus Blvd on Wednesday, October 10th. The previously undeveloped site was purchased in 2016 so the City might better serve the residents of the Far North area. Substation 1 will include state-of-the-art technology infrastructure with secured […]
Earlier this summer, Bradley Mull- vice-president and co-founder of Mull & Weithman Architects was invited to Huntington, Alabama on behalf of the US Army Corp of Engineers to review Standardized Fire Station Design documents for Army Facilities worldwide. B.J., along with other industry experts, spent a week with the Owner and their design team, reviewing […]
Earlier this summer, BJ Mull – vice president and co-founder of Mull & Weithman Architects participated in a round table discussion focused on the journey required to construct a new fire station. The discussion was led by Fire Chief John Soisson of the Norwalk Fire Department, and included Mull & Weithman along with other design […]
Firehouse Station Design Awards awarded Concord Township Fire Station 341 the Bronze award for Career Fire Stations. The station was published in the November 2017 issue of Firehouse Magazine. This is the fourth Firehouse Station Design Award Mull & Weithman Architects has received, including the 2005 Station Style Renovation Gold Award for Jackson Township Station […]