• Goodale & Schiller Parks – Masonry Restoration

    Schiller Park and Goodale Park are the two oldest parks in Columbus and are located at the heart of each of their historic neighborhoods. Schiller Park, located in German Village, is approximately twenty three acres and offers a range of recreational activities including walking trails, fishing, basketball and floral displays. Schiller Park is also home […]

  • Columbus Public Health – Porch Renovation

    The Front Porch Renovation includes investigating the source of rising damp, identifying the original quarry for the sandstone, documenting existing conditions and detailing the new work to blend with the existing. Additionally, masonry restoration and lintel replacement on the adjacent North Dorm building will stabilize that structure and reduce water infiltration. Construction began on 240 […]

  • North Market Roof

    Located in downtown Columbus, the historic North Market is home to over 30 vendors providing a wide range of food and merchandise. In 2014 the City of Columbus hired Mull and Weithman Architects to replace the existing flat roof with a new built up system. The rooftop is peppered with several exhaust fans, mechanical and electrical […]

  • Columbus Public Health – Immunization Desk

    The Immunization Desk project added additional registration area by carefully re-purposing existing space. Two additional registration desks were created by re-configuring an adjacent office area and reworking an inefficient storage / work room. Our work on this project included space planning, matching existing finishes, new casework, HVAC and Electrical modifications all while maintaining the existing Immunization […]

  • Galion YMCA

    Mull & Weithman Architects’ team provided architectural, engineering, and construction administration services for additions and renovations to the existing community YMCA. The additions included a new auxiliary gymnasium, new weight training center, ADA compliant locker rooms, a teen center, 3 meeting rooms, and an elevator. The renovation included changes to the nursery / day care […]

  • 25 South Front Street

    The 25 South Front Street project consists of interior and exterior renovations to the existing 235,000 square foot building, which houses the Ohio Department of Education as its primary tenant. The project scope of work includes the replacement of existing aluminum storefront entry doors, frames and hardware as well as the installation of roll up […]

  • Bob-Boyd Dodge

    This project consists of a new 17,400 s.f. dealership with showroom, sales offices, public waiting and toilet facilities, parts storage, vehicle service bays, and car wash bay. The building structural system is a pre-engineered metal building system with metal panel, glass curtainwall, CMU, and stucco finishes. The vehicle service area contains 14 service bays, a […]

  • Ohio State University Mathematical Biosciences Institute

    The Mathematical Biosciences Institute includes interior alterations and renovations to approximately 7,000 sq. ft. located on the second floor of Cockins Hall and the Mathematics building. Program spaces consist of a 74-seat lecture space, administrative offices, and a lounge and breakout area. The new renovations accommodate institute circulation and ADA accessibility between the two buildings […]

  • First United Methodist Church

    The scope of this project was to add a new ADA compliant entry with a 3 stop elevator. The new ½ level entry lobby connects the lower level social hall with the upper level Narthex and Sanctuary. The tight urban site required a variance to allow the owner to build right up to the property […]