SANIBEL CITY HALL
Mr. Woodroffe’s prior experience includes Project Architect for the design of the Award Winning Sanibel City Hall. Sanibel City Hall design process evolved through numerous public/town meeting workshops and responded to the character of the City of Sanibel and space needs. Various locations for the facility on a City site were reviewed prior to finalizing its current location. The design also incorporated historical elements of the island and the historic lighthouse. This 18,000 square feet facility houses over seven City departments with office suites ranging from 1,000 square feet to 4,000 square feet, including the Police Department. Additionally, the facility was designed as a refuge of last resort (hurricane conditions) with emergency requirements (Sanibel is a barrier island with coastal construction and communication requirements), including redundancy utility system, command center and life support systems. Other design considerations included public meeting hall with overflow capacity flexibility, staff snack bar/lounge and future expansion capabilities. The facility is elevated with parking on the ground level.