William M. Spikowski, FAICP

For more than 28 years, Bill Spikowski has been a leading planner in southwest Florida. His projects and writings have had lasting positive impacts on the state and nation. Hallmarks of his work include redevelopment in one of the largest 1950s-era antiquated platted subdivisions of more than 120,000 lots; an award-wining land development code to implement a Towns, Villages and Countryside Plan; and his study on the housing challenges for migrant farmworkers in Lee County. His cutting-edge contributions to the planning profession have helped shape communities across the country through their use of his pioneering work on form-based codes. Inducted 2012.