Unique Projects Layout

  • Cambridge Fire Station Feasibility Study

    The existing Cambridge Fire Station was constructed in 1974 and has had several renovations since then to accommodate the growing Department and surrounding community. The facility is located on small, sloping site, with minimal space for expansion. In addition, the current organization of spaces within the facility has made it difficult to provide safe and […]

  • Kimberley K. Jacobs Neighborhood Policing Center

    Substation No. 1, the City’s new police substation, serves the residents and businesses of the Far North Neighborhood. The 12,138 S.F. facility was designed to house two precincts and a midwatch shift. The site and building design utilize both natural and manmade barriers to provide enhanced security for law enforcement personnel. The design includes garage […]

  • 2019 Firehouse Station Design – Norwalk (Notable Career)

    Norwalk is at the center of the Fireland’s, a subregion of the Connecticut Western Reserve, established by the federal government as compensation to the inhabitants of Norwalk, Connecticut, whose property was destroyed by the British in 1779. Norwalk is a proud and historically rich city in north central Ohio. Their original fire station was built […]

  • Delta Community Fire Department Feasibility Study

    The Delta Community Fire Department’s Main Station no longer meets the needs of the growing Department. The existing facility was designed for an all-volunteer force and is ill-equipped to handle the Department’s current needs and anticipated growth. As a result, the Fire Department, in a partnership with the York Township Trustees, studied the relocation of […]

  • Piqua Fire Station No. 1 Feasibility Study

    The city of Piqua’s current fire station was built in 1927. While the station has had numerous renovations and additions to accommodate the growing community, it is inefficient and ill-equipped for a modern fire department. In 2018, the city of Piqua hired Mull & Weithman to complete a feasibility study, exploring the uses and infrastructure […]

  • North Ridgeville Fire Station #1

    Fire Station No. 1 is designed to offer the Department 23,767 square feet for the growing population of North Ridgeville. The two-story design includes four drive-through apparatus bays with adjacent ancillary spaces, an EMS treatment / triage room, a watch room, a training classroom, a physical training room, and living quarters for 10 fire fighters […]

  • Norwalk Fire Station 1

    Fire Station No. 1 is the first station built in Norwalk since the 1912 facility that was designed for horse drawn and steam driven apparatus. An addition in the 1970’s helped to house the growing apparatus (both in number & size), but the department was still limited by the existing structure and site configuration.  The […]

  • Delaware Fire Station 304

    The new Delaware Fire Station 304 was designed as a design-build project with 2K Construction. The station has built upon the prototype established with the Delaware Fire Station 303 by integrating feedback from construction and post-occupancy reviews of the existing station. Like it’s prototype station 303, Station 304 includes two drive-thru apparatus bays with adjacent […]