Feasibility Studies

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Ashland Fire Station No. 2 Feasibility Study

    Mull & Weithman Architects was hired in 2018 to assist the Ashland Fire Department in evaluating the property on the south-east corner of State Route 42 and Mifflin Avenue as a possible location for Fire Station No. 2. As part of this process we conducted a series of surveys to review the staff’s expectations for […]

  • North Ridgeville Fire Station #3 Study

    The proposed North Ridgeville Fire Station #3 will act as a new satellite station for North Ridgeville serving the Northwest quadrant of the city and will contain 13,230 s.f. and be fully ADA compliant.  It has been designed as a 2-story structure with a basement to minimize the site footprint.   Interior spaces include 2 apparatus […]

  • North Ridgeville Fire Station #1 Study

    The proposed North Ridgeville Fire Station #1 will act as the new headquarters station for North Ridgeville and will contain 21,904 s.f. and be fully ADA compliant. It has been designed as a 2-story structure with a basement to minimize the site footprint. Interior spaces include 4 apparatus bays with adjacent ancillary spaces and administrative […]