Ruetschle Architects’ origins to the City of Dayton date back to 1940 with the firm Hart, Igleburger, Wurst. Over a 71-year span, it evolved into its current identity as a full-service firm focusing on educational, institutional, commercial, and religious architecture. In addition to boasting more than 50 design awards, Ruetschle Architects is also a regional leader on sustainable design (designed first LEED certified project in City of Dayton). They have a LEED Gold project under construction and a LEED Silver project in design. Some of the local projects the company has worked on include: EJ Brown K-8 school, the original Meadowdale High School, Dayton Christian Campus Renovation, University Hall at Wright State University, Montgomery County Juvenile Justice Center, Dayton Montgomery County Courts Building, City of Dayton’s Fifth District Police Headquarters, Heapy Engineering Corporate Headquarters, Mike-Sells Potato Chip Company, and many others.