Springfield, OH

Heritage Center

2001

Steve Sharp of McCall Sharp Architecture was retained by the Clark County Historical Society to design this $9 million museum. While the Clark County Historical Society is not a unit of County government, the building is owned by the County Commissioners and leased back to the Society. Located with Springfield’s unique 1890 Marketplace/City Hall, over 60,000 square feet is available for exhibition, genealogical, and administrative functions of the Museum as well as a Victorian Marketplace of shops and offices for Clark County Veteran’s Commission. Mr. Sharp worked with Clark County to provide the following services for this prominent building in downtown Springfield:

-Complete exterior shell
renovation
-ADA Assessment
-Structural Evaluation
-Design of prominent
Museum and Public
Spaces
-Roof Repair
-Emergency Generator
and Fire System Design
-Design of Lobby Space
including Registration
Desk