Project Summary

This project consists of designing a new 6,514 S.F., 2 bay fire station for Mifflin Township in Mansfield, Ohio to replace the antiquated current Station # 82. The building structure is a pre-engineered steel system with metal roof and siding panels. This facility includes a training room, radio/watch room, drive-thru apparatus bays, office space, turnout gear room, laundry facility, and living quarters for firefighters including a kitchen, day room and a second floor exercise facility, which will provide a centralized exercise space and equipment for the entire department.

“We made it very clear that we had a tight as well as fixed budget, and that it was their responsibility as our architectural firm to work within this budget. I, as the Fiscal Officer, had some additional concerns on how taxpayers that had recently just passed a fire levy for the township would perceive the new fire station structure. Mull & Weithman have not only stayed within the allocated budget but found other ways to save the township money and still give the residents a wonderful facility that they can be proud to share. They gave us a building that has kept us within our budget and provided the fire department with all their requested amenities to run a top notch operation.”
– Ms. Robyn Perry
Mifflin Township Fiscal Officer

Project Details

Client:Mifflin Township
Location:Mansfield, Ohio
Square Feet:6,514 S.F.
Year Completed:2008