Todd Willsie, AIA
Todd has been part of the team at Hoffman Architects since 1990 with extensive experience in master planning, conceptual planning, architectural design, construction processes, and project management. He has lead his project team in many successful and award winning designs that include libraries, museums, educational facilities, environmental and cultural centers, and childcare centers. His project experience involves many design facets: new construction, expansion and renovation of existing facilities, interior fit-out, adaptive re-use, and construction phasing in fully occupied facilities.
The primary focus throughout his career has been educational facility design. Todd's elementary and pre-school designs can be seen in Bellair Elementary School, St. Ignatius Early Childhood Center, Perkins Elementary Arts Magnet Program, and Powell Child Development Center at Morton Plant Hospital. He has recently completed Renovation and Additions at Quail Hollow Elementary and Anclote Elementary Schools with Pasco County Schools. In the past, Todd completed Palmetto Elementary School for Manatee County Schools, and was the project designer working hand in hand with Ed Hoffman, and our PM, Doug Pollei, for the Prototype Elementary School which was used sixteen times within Pinellas and Hernando Counties and was awarded the S.I.T. grant from the State of Florida for cost efficiency. Todd was also the project designer of the Leepa-Rattner Library and Museum, (awarded the 2002 H. Dean Rowe Award for Design Excellence) and Brooker Creek Preserve Environmental Education Center.
FL License No. AR94995
Master of Architecture
1995, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Bachelor of Design - Architecture
1986, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL