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Bedford Township Government Center

 Bedford Township replaced its outdated municipal building with this new $3 million facility. The building houses all administrative functions and sub-station for the county sheriff. This project was completed while an employee of Poggemeyer Design Group Inc.

Toledo Marine Passenger Terminal

The marine passenger terminal was completed in the Marina District of East Toledo. The facility currently houses the Great Lakes Historical Museum. The $3.2 million dollar project was completed on time and budget. This project was completed while an employee of Poggemeyer Design Group Inc.

Maumee Fire Station

The fire station was completed to replace the aging and undersized main fire station. The building houses five drive through apparatus bays, dayroom, sleeping and administrative offices for the city fire and EMS. The $5.8 million dollar project was completed on time and budget. This project was completed while an employee of Poggemeyer Design Group Inc.

Whitehouse Municipal Building

The municipal building was designed to carry the look of the former schoolhouse that sat on the site. The facility houses village administrative offices, council chambers and police station. The $2.2 million dollar project was completed on time and under budget. This project was completed while an employee of Poggemeyer Design Group Inc.

Troy Township Maintenance Building

Bell Architecture prepared criteria design for a new $1.1 million dollar township maintenance building on a 3/4 acre property owned by the township in Luckey, Ohio.  The 7,200 square foot pre-engineered metal building housing township service vehicles, new offices and township meeting space.  Space programming, design drawings including civil, structural, architectural, mechanical and electrical were completed.  Bid packages were completed to obtain design-build proposals.

Mohawk Historical Society Expansion

Bell Architecture LLC provided professional design services for expansion of the Mohawk Historical Society in Sycamore, Ohio.  The addition was designed to store displays but to appear as a historic horse livery.  Reminiscent of the liveries located throughout the Mid-West in the 19th century, the brick building complements historic downtown Sycamore.