Construction continues for Washington Township, Richland County’s new Administration Complex. This construction is Phase II of a 2-phase project which includes the construction of a 28,000 square foot main fire station and administration building. This phase also includes the construction of a 6,400 square foot Road Department / Service building. Phase I of the project […]
Attending the Ohio Fire Chief’s Association Annual Conference? Stop by to see us at booth 101 near the registration booth.
Jerome Township Fire Department opened the doors for their new satellite fire station 211. The 10,000 sf, 2-1/2 bay station houses up to 6 firefighters per shift and has been sited adjacent to Eversol Run Middle School and surrounded by several new residential and commercial developments. The Station’s dedication ceremony will be held on Saturday, […]
In June, the City of Wooster received bids for the Wooster Fire Station No. 1 renovations and additions project. Of the 3 submitted bids, the successful low bid was within 2% of M&W’s published estimate. The City is currently finalizing the construction contract with Adena Corporation from Mansfield, Ohio.
BJ Mull and Joe Weithman attended the 2023 Station Design Conference in St. Louis, Missouri earlier this month. In addition to manning a booth and attending several classes to learn about the latest trends and technologies in public safety design, Joe Weithman was part of the panel discussion “Drinking from the Firehose” which shared several […]
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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 […]