Cocoa Beach City Hall
ChronoPoints is a lab at UCF’s Institute for Simulation and Training to digitally documenting mid-century structures and artifacts.
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Cocoa Beach City Hall


Cocoa Beach

Laser Scanning
About This Project

In its original 1962 configuration, the Cocoa Beach City Hall was a testament to the very Space-Age that permitted the community’s rapid expansion in the 1960s.  During the 1990s, the City elected to remodel the facility’s exterior and removed the floor-to-ceiling glass windows that welcomed visitors to the building. Please visit the Mayor Robert. P. Murkshe gallery for an image as it appeared shortly after opening. The ChronoPoints team laser-scanned City Hall due to the discussion of near future demolition. In September 2017 the structure received extensive damage from Hurricane Irma and this may hasten its impending demise.

ChronoPoints would like to thank the City of Cocoa Beach for their permission to scan.