Tag: fire fighter

Joe Weithman on Designing Fire Stations

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 […]

City of Columbus Joint Wellness Center Construction Underway

Construction continues on the city of Columbus Police and Fire Wellness Center project. When completed, the facility will offer one-on-one counseling sessions, larger group sessions, meditation space  and a fitness studio to protect the physical and mental well-being of the  City of Columbus’s first responders. 

Granville Township Fire Station Construction Continues

Construction continues for the Granville Township Fire Station in Granville, Ohio. The 19,500 sf station will replace the existing station complex in downtown Granville, providing the Department with 5 drive-thru apparatus bays with ancillary spaces and living quarters for up to 10 firefighters per shift. In addition to supporting the needs of the Fire Department, […]

Mull & Weithman Architects Selected for Columbus Joint Wellness Center

The City of Columbus has hired Mull & Weithman Architects to complete design and construction services for the City’s new Police and Fire Joint Wellness Center. The project includes the renovation of an existing City property and will focus on providing a secure, private space to assist in identifying and preserving the mental health and […]

Delaware Holds Grand Opening Ceremony for Station 304

The City of Delaware, Ohio held a grand opening ceremony for the new Station 304, the fourth fire station in the City to serve the growing communities in the southeast area of the City. The station was designed from a prototype design developed by Mull & Weithman Architects as part of the design process for […]