Tag: Fire Station

Firefighters hope voters will let them say goodbye to station in former hardware store

Originally published at: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2016/10/07/truro-township-hopes-voters-will-let-it-say-goodbye-to-former-hardware-store.html# The Truro Township fire chief is confident his department’s campaign for a new fire station speaks for itself. Just ask the firefighters who eat meals in the same room that holds their clunky exercise equipment. Talk to the township residents who receive walk-up first aid in the lobby next to an obsolete […]

Controlling Site Construction Costs

Site Construction Costs can account for 20 to 30 percent of Fire Station construction costs (hard costs). Various factors can influence site construction costs including; soils, site topography, environmental issues, traffic engineering requirements, storm drainage, zoning requirements, existing site conditions (structures and utilities), special requirements of Authorities having Jurisdiction (AHJ), site size and location, as […]

City of North Ridgeville selects Mull & Weithman for new Fire Station

On February 16, 2016 the North Ridgeville City Council voted to approve Mull & Weithman’s contract for the replacement of the main fire station. In November of last year voters approved an $8.1 million bond issue to finance the new station and purchase the land. The City and Fire Department have been seeking to replace […]

Concord Township Fire Station 341 Successfull Bid Opening

Concord Township received eleven bids for the New Fire Station 341 with all eleven coming in under the estimated sum of $3,830,554.00.  Mull & Weithman Architects and the Township are currently reviewing the bid tabulations and will likely schedule interviews with the two lowest bidders withing the next week. Work on the station is scheduled to […]

Jackson Township Fire Station 204 receives Gold Certification from USGBC

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) awarded Jackson Township Fire Station 204 Gold Certification on June 24, 2014. This is the second LEED Gold project for the Mull & Weithman Architects. LEED Certification was a requirement of the funding provided under the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act but was exceeded by incorporating additional sustainable concepts […]