Monroe Township Fire Department

This fire station was converted from an old factory. The building sat idle for years until the township. trustees found grant money to renovate. This project was an extensive demolition job interior and exterior as well. We removed a great amount of existing concrete floors for plumbing trenches, foundations for the new masonry walls, and truck bays with trench drains.
We cut out the front masonry for 3 overhead doors for the fire truck bays, and added one overhead door to the rear of the building for the township. road trucks. Poured a new concrete drive out front. We filled in some of the old overhead doors with new siding. Painted the entire exterior of the building. We also removed an old office building to make way for the new concrete parking lot.
Interior consisted of new masonry walls to house the fire station, township trustees a large meeting room. We added structural steel for 2 mezzanines which a large portion of that for a 2nd floor Meeting room and relaxing area for the firemen. The other mezzanine was for mechanical and storage area.
As well as offices below for the township. secretary the fire chief township trustees and 2 restrooms. We added a beautiful kitchen area to provide for community gatherings at the large meeting room.

Meadow Glen Condos

The “Champlain” lay out is a favorite among many of us, custom designed to fit your needs of course~ BUILD TO SUIT~ as with any of our Condominium Collections

Amenities Include:

Snow removal
Lawn/Landscape Maintenance
Window Washing
many more……………………….

Ohio Northern University

Affinity Housing Phase II is the first Multiple Building project and the first Student Housing project located in the State of Ohio that is LEED Gold Certified . Photograph shows the equipment used on Building D to perform the Construction Air Quality building flush-out. Over 350 million cubic feet of conditioned air was supplied to Building D and over 250 million cubic feet to Building E in seven days to complete the process.

Union Bank Building

The original Union Bank Building in Ottawa, constructed in 1991 by Kuhlman Builders, was destroyed in the August 2007 flood. Demolition to make way for the new building occurred in January 2008. Immediately after demolition and prior to construction the site was again flooded to a depth of 18 inches.