The City of Marysville merged the renovation of Fire Station 272 with their municipal services building, to form their new Municipal Services Complex. The original fire station and municipal services building were built in 1973 and 1934 respectively. Moody Engineering provided the civil engineering on this project, which included the partial demolition of the existing fire station that has been replaced with a new fire station attached to the fully renovated Municipal Services Building. The civil engineering scope included demolition plans, layout and grading plans.
The new administrative building has been renovated and now forms the new Municipal Services Complex, complete with offices, conference rooms, an 80 seat community room and a Japanese garden, alongside the new two-bay fire station. Additionally, the fire station was planned along with the reworking of a property across the street, which has led to a pavilion and parking lot that provide an additional amenity for the city.
Location: Marysville, Ohio
Year Completed: 2013
Square Footage: 13,000 fire station | 18,000 administration