Citizens Contribute Ideas for STARS Complex Expansion in two Public Workshops
FORT MYERS, Fla. (May 8, 2019) – The City of Fort Myers and ADG Architecture, llc hosted two public workshops Tuesday, May 7 for the expansion of the Dr. Ann Murphy Knight Success Through Academic and Recreational Support (STARS) Complex. Both workshops allowed participants to express their hopes for the future of the STARS Complex.
“We feel that the workshops were very successful,” said ADG Architecture Architect, Jennifer Gloer. “We received quite a bit of valuable input from the participants that attended.”
Topics of discussion included targeting more age groups, programs, technology, sports activities, lighting, security, using the space as a hurricane shelter and parking.
ADG Architecture, llc will take the input from both workshops to create a formal summary. This includes information that was repeated by multiple participants and highlighting areas with the most concern. ADG will utilize this summary throughout the design phase of the expansion project.
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To learn more about the STARS Complex and its academic and recreational programs, stop by at 2980 Edison Ave. Fort Myers, Fla., visit the website at www.cityftmyers.com or follow the complex on Facebook.
About ADG Architecture, llc.
ADG Architecture, llc., is a full service architectural and interior design firm located in Southwest Florida, with offices in Fort Myers and Port Charlotte. The company, founded in 1990, consists of partners Robert Taylor, President and Principal Architect and Clarisa Parodi, Operations Director, along with a full team of experienced and creative professionals. ADG provides services to churches, public safety buildings, educational and medical facilities, office buildings and more.
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