Architecture / Planning / Interior Design

Featured Projects

  • LEED-NC Gold Rated Certification
    Milton-Union K-12 School, 2014
  • LEED-NC Silver Rated Certification
    Greeneville Middle School, 2014
    Heapy Engineering Corporate Headquarters, 2004
  • LEED-NC Registered – Certification pending
    Northmont High School, 2013
    Northwest Branch Library, 2013
  • Governor’s Award for Excellence in Energy Efficiency
    Heapy Engineering Corporate Headquarters, 2004
  • Dayton Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
    Honor Award, Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Center, 2008
    Honor Award, Fairmont High School Performing Arts Center, 2006
    Award of Excellence, Heapy Engineering Corporate Headquarters, 2004
    Honor Award, Heapy Engineering Corporate Headquarters, 2004
    Special Recognition, St. John the Evangelist Church, 2004
  • Dayton Business Journal Structures Award
    Award of Merit, James S. Trent Arena, 2006
  • Masonry Institute of Dayton “Architectural Excellence in Masonry Award”
    Montgomery County Juvenile Detention and Intervention Facility, Dayton, 2007
    Fairmont Performing Arts Center, Kettering City Schools, 2005
    Harman Elementary School, Oakwood City Schools, 2005
    Edwin D. Smith Elementary School, Oakwood City Schools, 2004
    Oakwood High School / Junior High, 2004
    St. Maximilian Kolbe Church, 2002
    University Hall, Wright State University, 1999
    Miami University Conference Facility, 1997
    St. Charles Borromeo Church, 1993
    Fifth District Police Headquarters, 1991
    Northmont Community Auditorium, 1988
    Apple Valley Office Center, 1984
    Wright State University Rike Hall, 1983
    Sabre Systems & Service, Inc. Office Building, 1983
    West Carrollton Civic Center, 1979
    Fairborn Police-Fire Safety Center, 1976
    Riverside School and Adult Training Center, 1976
    Miami County Safety Building, 1976
  • International Masonry Institute “Ohio Area Golden Trowel Award”
    Special Recognition, Edwin D. Smith Elementary School, Oakwood City Schools, 2007
  • IOhio Historic Preservation Award from the Office of the Ohio Historical Society
    William Holmes McGuffey House Museum, Oxford, Ohio 2003
  • IDayton Chapter, American Inst. of Architects and Dayton Daily News December 18, 1999
    “Top 15 Dayton Area Buildings of the Century”
    Meadowdale High School, Dayton, Ohio
  • Dayton Builders Exchange “Architectural Excellence Award”
    Fairmont Performing Arts Center, Kettering City Schools, 2006
    James S. Trent Arena, Kettering City Schools, 2005
    Edwin D. Smith Elementary School, Oakwood City Schools, 2004
    St. Charles Borromeo Church, 1994
    Miami County Engineer’s Building, 1993
    Fifth District Police Headquarters, 1993
    Apple Valley Office Center, 1985
    Fairborn Police-Fire Safety Center, 1977
    Central Printing Company, 1976
  • Architects Society of A.I.A Ohio Nominee for: 1994 and 1995 Gold Medal Firm Award
  • Montgomery County Historical Society “Ionic Columns Architectural Heritage Award”
    Daybreak, Inc., the best rehabilitation of an historic building in Montgomery County, 1995
  • Preservation Dayton, Inc.
    Biebel and French LPA, 1999
  • Precast / Prestressed Concrete Institute “Professional Design Award”
    A.M. Graphics Corporate Office Building, 1991
    Dayton Montgomery County Courts Building, 1990
    Library Addition and Computer Center at Wright State University, 1990
    Architects Society of Ohio “Honor Award”
    Miami County Human Services Building, 1987
  • Ohio Masonry Council “Excellence in Masonry Design”
    Miami County Human Services Building, 1987
  • Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. “Award of Excellence”
    Kettering City Schools Renovation and Additions, 2006
    Oakwood City Schools Renovations and Additions, 2005
  • National School Board Association Exhibition of School Architecture
    James S. Trent Arena, 2006
  • Ohio Cooperative Education Associates “Distinguished Employer Award” 2007

Awards

The Power of Imagination

The awards process is a major opportunity for public and peer recognition of our work, and a valuable means for promoting architects and architecture within our community. Our many honors reflect excellence and innovation in our architectural design, as well as our deep commitment to creating buildings and spaces that enhance the lives of people.

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  • LEED-NC Gold Rated Certification

    Milton-Union K-12 School, 2014

  • LEED-NC Gold Rated Certification

    Milton-Union K-12 School, 2014

  • Dayton Business Journal Structures Award

    Award of Merit, James S. Trent Arena, 2006

The Team

Creativity at its best

Ruetschle Architects is a Dayton-based architecture firm dedicated to personal attention, design excellence and the creation of projects with lasting quality and value. Enthusiasm and creativity are two of our greatest attributes, helping us achieve innovative solutions to our clients’ complex problems. Clients also respect our thorough understanding of the construction process and the confidence that comes from knowing they have a true project partner, working with them to resolve problems and minimize change orders.

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