The City of Poway wanted to consolidate their existing operations and expand the capacity of the City Council Chambers and City Offices. FPBA worked with the City to determine a municipal building size that met their present and long-term needs. The two-story City Offices Building was designed to centrally locate all public interaction with City departments around the main two-story entry lobby and feature stair.
Ferguson Pape Baldwin Architects created a sustainable design that offers a interactive environment for the community and their elected officials. FPBA team expanded the capacity of the City Council Chambers by designing a facility able to accommodate both civic and private functions. FPBA was able to consolidate the City of Poway public service departments while maintaining City operations during a phased construction.