Collage Lands Contract for Bunnell Administration and Police Department Complex

The City of Bunnell, located in Flagler County, has selected The Collage Companies as their Design Build partner for the 18,000 square foot Administration/Police Department Complex expected to be completed in 2024. The new complex will be built on 2.8-acre lot near State Road 100 and Commerce Parkway. The one-level, L-shaped structure is built on pediments, or triangular gables, and angular columns creating a portico-like walkway along the two front parts of the white building.  The new structure will be home to administration for the municipality as well as the police department. Shown below, an early rendering of Bunnell’s City Hall and police department complex. (Joseph Pozzuoli Architect)

Collage has designed and built numerous governmental and institutional facilities. From City and community buildings to hurricane hardened and mission-critical installations, we will bring design and construction expertise to every stage of this project. Collage Founder and CEO, Brian Walsh has been a Flagler County resident for 35 years and CEO of JPA Architects, Joseph Pozzuoli had his practice in the county for 16 years. Bunnell government’s team that will design and build its City Hall and police station have strong local connections.

From left, Brian Walsh, president and CEO of the Collage Companies, Dan Wilcox, project engineer, with Stephenson, Wilcox and Associates (SWA), Joseph Parsons, project engineer, also with SWA, and Joseph Pozzuoli, the architect. Another principal, Rob Smedley, not pictured, is the design manager.

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