Dorney Plaza Redevelopment - One Year Later

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Dorney Plaza Redevelopment - One Year Later

Findlay, Ohio - In 2017, the Findlay - Hancock County Community Foundation, the City of Findlay and Hancock County combined resources to improve a public asset, Dorney Plaza. Situated between the City of Findlay Municipal Building and the Hancock County Courthouse, the plaza was first built over 30 years ago. 

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Honoring the Past While Banking in the Future

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Honoring the Past While Banking in the Future

Honoring the past, while designing the "bank of the future."  This was the vision of First Citizens National Bank, in the design and layout of their new Marion, Ohio branch.  FCNB tasked RCM Architects to do just that, and we're proud to have been their design partner for their last three projects.

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2017 Star Award!

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2017 Star Award!

Carey, Ohio - Congratulations to The First Citizens National Bank of Carey on their Wyandot County Chamber of Commerce 2017 Star Award!

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Year in Review 2017

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Year in Review 2017

As we begin a New Year, we thank our clients for the opportunities you have given us to serve.  It has been our delight, and we look forward to an active and creative New Year. 

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Christmas 2017

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Christmas 2017

Next year will mark the 200-year anniversary of Franz Gruber's classic Christmas carol, "Silent Night". Practically a lullaby, "Silent Night" forces us to slow down as we sing. And as we slow down, we are given the opportunity to reflect on the true meaning of the season:

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James H. Rooney 1931-2016

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James H. Rooney 1931-2016

This week we mourn the passing of our friend, our mentor and the man who founded RCM Architects, Jim Rooney. Though Jim has been retired from RCM Architects for several years, the foundation upon which he built our firm is still strong.

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Improved Cancer Care Closer to Home

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Improved Cancer Care Closer to Home

Findlay, Ohio - Whether you're fighting cancer, or know someone who is, cancer affects each of us, including the RCM Architects family.  In 2013 and 2014, RCM Architects lost both Tina Warsop-Beam and Cathy Zellner to this terrible disease.  That is why we are so passionate about, and proud to be a part of, the Armes Family Cancer Care Center.

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