The architecture, interiors and engineering firm Fanning Howey is moving forward with the renovation of the former Casad building at 128 W. Market Street in downtown Celina, Ohio. This transformation is turning the former retail and bank building into a modern design studio.
Renovations are designed to encourage authentic collaboration. Flexible workstations open up to a central collaboration hub. Directly across from the hub is a former bank vault that will serve as the main conference room for the Fanning Howey team. A new entrance welcomes team members and clients into the modern workspace. Construction on the building is underway and Fanning Howey plans to occupy the facility by the end of this year.
“With this move, we are connecting to our roots in the heart of the city,” says Steve Wilczynski, AIA, executive director for Fanning Howey. “This transformed design studio will build strong foundations for the future of Fanning Howey and the Celina community.”
The first Fanning Howey office opened in Celina in 1961. Throughout the past six decades, we’ve maintained our commitment to this community. While working regionally and nationally our home base has always been Celina. Fanning Howey currently has offices in Celina and Dublin, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Ind.
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