The principal objective of this master plan proposal is to establish a dynamic safety quarter’s a place for the fire/EMS station, sheriff substation and tax collector office. The proposal utilizes the land resources available to establish the new hub including secured and public areas. The unique complement of uses on the campus required careful land planning to account for the separation of public access and emergency response traffic. The plan endeavors to create a sustainable design founded on environmental principles, supported by architecture, landscape and site planning.
Due to the unique requirements of each individual building the nine acre site is not planned according to a single geometry and makes no attempt to refer to a perfect order. The plan incorporates varied building size, open space configuration and landscape typologies hereby creating a variety of experiences and spaces for the employees and visitors.
As the new public service hub, the campus will accommodate a 9,000 Sq. ft sheriff substation, a 15,000 Sq. ft fire and EMS station and a 10,000 sq. ft. tax collector’s office facility. It will incorporate tree-lined boulevards and open spaces.
The master plan will also accommodate a future
two-story, 20,000 sq. ft. office building for the
The unified architecture is a blend of signature Lee
County building materials with forward thinking building
forms and systems, designed to create a distinctive campus which will stand the test of time.