St. Cloud City Hall

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Central Florida Roots

Bumpus & Associates, Inc. is a multi-disciplined design firm based in Celebration, Florida. We offer a wide range of services including commercial architecture and interior design. The firm has been in business in Osceola County since 1991 and has successfully completed hundreds of projects for a wide variety of clients.

 

CELEBRATION PROJECTS

Bumpus & Associates has been located in Celebration since 2000 and has completed several commercial and residential projects in the community. The first project completed was the residence and office of principal architect Danny Bumpus in the heart of Celebration. The most recent project completed was the Celebration Community Development Facility.  

 

CONTINUING SERVICES

Under the firm’s continuing services contract with Osceola County, completed projects include the Robert Guevara Community Center, Poinciana Health Department, the St. Cloud Health Department, and the Poinciana Library. Additionally, the firm continues to provide architectural and engineering services to the City of St. Cloud dating back to 1997, with projects ranging from dugouts at baseball fields to the new City Hall, a $10,000,000 project. Bumpus & Associates was recently awarded a continuing contract for services with the Osceola County School Board as well.

 

SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS

Bumpus & Associates has completed both small and large projects including industrial, commercial, educational, hospitality, government, and health care facilities. Among the most significant projects include St. Cloud City Hall, Poinciana Health Department, St. Cloud Lakefront Recreation Complex, and the Charles and Rae Kane Senior Center in Stuart, Florida.

Unique Projects

Living and working in Central Florida gives the firm many opportunities to design some very unique projects. One of the most unique among them being the various projects at Gatorland, which included designs for the main observation tower, the snake display, the gator wrestling arena, and original boardwalks through the gator marsh.  The most recent design challenge at Gatorland was designing an accessible zipline tower, which is complete and in operation.

 

Other unique projects include a haunted house, an indoor surfing facility, and several amenities at Water Mania, a local waterpark that has now been replaced by apartments and a hotel.

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