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B.J. Mull was invited by OFFICER Magazine to sit on their four-person Design Jury for this year’s Officer Station Design Awards which recognizes outstanding architecture and design from law enforcement and public safety facilities nationwide. BJ and his fellow jurors reviewed twelve submissions and awarded winners in five different categories. Judges were asked to select […]
The City of Oregon held a grand opening ceremony for their new Fire Station 41 on November 13, 2022. The fire station replaces their existing main station and offers the Department 20,000 sf with 5 drive-thru apparatus bays and living space for up to 11 personnel per shift to serve the growing Oregon community. […]
Last month, Joe Weithman was invited by Firehouse Magazine to sit on a three-person panel for this year’s Firehouse Expo in Columbus, Ohio. Joe and his fellow panelists (all Architects that specialize in public safety design) led a one-hour session on the key steps in the design of fire stations including project vision, setting realistic […]
Construction continues for the City of Oregon’s Fire Station 41. The 20,000 sf station will replace the existing Station 41 and will provide the Department with 5 drive-thru apparatus bays with ancillary spaces and living quarters for up to 11 personnel per shift including two dedicated EMS personnel for the County. The administration side of […]
Construction for new pistol and rifle ranges for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources is nearing completion. The project included the replacement of existing ranges at two sites which were outdated by today’s safety and design standards. Both sites required extensive sitework including environmental remediation as well as storm water management. Once completed, both projects […]
Construction at the North Ridgeville Fire Station No. 2 is nearing completion. The renovation project includes several functional, safety and wellness features necessary for a modern fire industry facility including a turnout gear room and decontamination facilities addition off of the Apparatus Bays and updated / renovated living quarters and a new physical training room […]
Construction is underway for Jerome Township’s New Fire Station 211. The station, which totals just over 10,000 sf will accommodate up to 6 firefighters per shift to satisfy the needs of the growing Department. The station also includes a large entry tower and wrap around porch with seating to encourage interaction between the Department and […]
Construction is underway on the Washington Township Municipal Complex project. Phase I of the project includes extensive sitework to prepare for the municipal complex that will ultimately include four buildings, roads, parking, fuel point and utilities for the township offices, fire department and road / service department. Construction on the site is expected to be […]
Mull & Weithman Architects has been selected by the City of Columbus for the construction of it’s new Fire Station 36. The new fire station will improve response times and position the Department for better response to the northeast section of the City.