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Representative Projects:

Ashland Justice Facility

Needs Assessment for Police Department and Municipal Court. 8H holding facility, training room, communications center. Two courtrooms. Study evaluated available sites including expansion of existing Municipal Building. 33,700 sf. Study completed December, 1994. Construction completed June, 2000.

Estimate:

$4,395,200

Bid/Award:

$3,694,600


B.S.T. & G. Fire Station
(Columbus area)

10,000 sf, 7 bay, full service fire station. Includes living quarters, administrative offices, training, and community room. Department serves a four township area. Completed August, 1985

Estimate:

$562,000

Bid/Award:

$500,000

 

Bainbridge Township Police Station
(Cleveland area)

New police facility that will be an important part of the development of a Township Green within a new large township park. Includes a communications center, THF/8H holding facility, and firing range. Initial work included preliminary master plan of park. 25,500 sf. Construction estimated to be completed July 2004.

Estimate:

$4,068,700

Bid/Award:

$4,025,100


 

Bellefontaine Municipal Building and Police Facility

Needs Assessment is in progress to determine needs of administration, council, and police operations and how existing building can be reorganized to accommodate city offices. Study recommends new police facility. In May, 1995 a $23,650 renovation of the communications center was completed.

Budget:

To be determined

 

Bexley Municipal Facilities

Needs Assessment Phase completed April 2001. Study included evaluation of Administration, Council, Police, and Service Operations. Six sites were evaluated including the existing site and whether these departments should be in a single or separate buildings. Project is part of private/public redevelopment of the existing site for private businesses and apartments. Further action pending Council decision to proceed. City Hall with police anticipated at 24,200 sf including firing range. Service Center anticipated at 22,500 sf.

Budget:
City Hall:
$3,209,000
Service Center: $1,202,000

 

Centerville Police Department &
Washington Township Fire Department
(Dayton area)

Needs Assessment for combined police department & fire headquarters and training facilities. Needs Assessment completed December, 1997. Study investigated options on three sites. It was determined that the project would include only the police department. The building is integrated into the large central city park while maintaining visibility to a primary street. Includes 8H/5D holding facility, communications center, large meeting/training room, and firing range. 38,500 sf. Construction completed January, 2002.

Estimate:

$5,024,500

Bid/Award:

$4,758,756

 

Chardon Municipal Center
(Cleveland area)

 

33,600 sf renovation and expansion of purchased existing building for Administration, Council, Police, and Municipal Court. THF/8-H holding facility. Communications center. Site is located one block from the Village Square. November, 1994 Needs Assessment was the first phase of work. Construction completed June, 1997

Estimate:

$2,911,200

Bid/Award:

$2,831,000

 

Copley Township
Municipal Facilities
(Akron area)

6,000 sf renovation for Police and Communications Departments. THF holding facility. 4,400 sf renovation for Fire Department. The Fire Department remains a part of the original historic Town Hall building. 6,200 sf renovation and expansion for Roads and Service Department. This building is part of the Town Hall site. Completed November, 1995.

Estimate:

$824,000

Bid/Award:

$798,900

 

Defiance Municipal Center

Needs Assessment Phase completed August, 2000. Study included evaluation of Administration, Council, Police, Municipal Court, and Fire operations Study evaluated renovation of existing 35,958 sf municipal building for all departments except fire which would be relocated to two new 14,300 sf facilities. Further action pending Council authorization to proceed.

Budget:

$7,104,700

 

Dublin Development Department
(Columbus area)

Needs Assessment completed April, 2002 for a renovation of the City of Dublin building that accommodates the divisions of Planning, Engineering, Economic Development, and Building Standards. Divisions will expand into space vacated by the Parks Division and be more efficiently organized. Four renovation options were provided. Construction documents are in progress.

Budget:

$500,000

 

Dublin Municipal Building
(Columbus area)

11,400 sf renovation and 6,200 sf expansion of existing Village Hall for interim growth. Included Administration, Council, and Police Department offices. Design provided for a better integration of the building within a large city park environment which includes an historic farm museum. Completed December, 1985.

Estimate:

$823,000

Bid/Award:

$777,600

 


Dublin Scioto Park (Columbus area)

1,200 sf open shelter with wood deck along Scioto River. Involved extensive renovation of former bath house. Integrated within overall 30 acre renovation project of a former private facility purchased by the City. Completed August, 1981.

Estimate:
Bid/Award:

$14,000
$14,000

 


Franklin County Board of Health

19,700 sf renovation for Board and Administration offices, clinic, training, environmental offices, and Hearing Room with conference. Project utilizes an adaptive reuse of the 4th floor of the Franklin County Administration building. Completed in July, 1993.

Estimate:

$500,000

Bid/Award: $500,000

 


Franklin County Department of Education

Needs Assessment for 28,500 sf expansion and renovation of existing areas in order to provide for large and flexible meeting facility and departmental organization and offices. Study completed April, 1995. County Commissioners decided not to proceed with project.

Budget:

$1,042,000

 


Galion Municipal Building
(Mansfield Area)

Needs Assessment including feasibility of existing building to accommodate Administration, Council, Municipal Court, Police, and Fire needs as well as ADAAG requirements. Existing building is 21,000 sf. Important component of study demonstrated how the renovated and expanded existing building can be a key element in downtown revitalization effort. Study completed February, 1997 and was updated July, 2000. The current study investigates utilizing the original historical section of the Municipal Building for Council and Administration uses. Another close-by site is master planned to accommodate a new facility or facilities for police, fire, and court operations. Further action pending Council deliberation.

Budget:                       To Be Determined


Grove City City Hall
(Columbus area)

20,000 sf facility centralized all City departments except Service and Police Departments. Includes Council Chamber and a separate Community Room with kitchen. Building was a vital element and anchor in Grove City's downtown redevelopment. The project replaced 9 badly worn properties. Strong two-story presence close to street helps to complete streetscape enclosure as well as provide additional downtown commercial parking. Completed July, 1990. 

Estimate:

$1,627,800

Bid/Award:

$1,466,200


Grove City Safety Complex

21,200 sf facility. Includes communications center, 8-H holding facility, and multipurpose room for Mayor's Court, training, and community needs. Building was part of overall downtown redevelopment program and is a transition building between residential and commercial areas. Completed November, 1989.

Estimate: $1,851,000
Bid/Award: $1,799,600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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