The OC - NeoCity Office Building
Osceola County, Florida
The NeoCity office building project (The OC) is a class B+ office building located in Kissimmee, Florida, adjacent to the Center for Neovation. The project is part of the 500-acre NeoCity master plan that is focused on becoming the most significant and comprehensive global center for smart sensor, photonics, and nanotechnology research and development. Key project features include a 250-space parking lot, a food court, an engaging landscaped courtyard connecting to the adjacent laboratory/cleanroom facility, and a sleek skin design including curtainwall glazing systems and decorative metal screens.
- 100,000-square feet
- 250 parking spaces
- Tilt-panel construction
- Composite deck
- Light gauge metal framing
This technology-themed facility was conceived to attract tenants with an interest in research and manufacturing efforts planned for NeoCity.
- Client Osceola County Government
- Architect SchenkelShultz Architecture
- Contractor Moss Construction
Project Cost$26.1 million
Project/Construction StartApril 2018
Completion DateMarch 2020
Osceola County has embarked on the development of NeoCity to create an economic generator for high - tech job growth in Osceola County. Following the opening of the Center for Neovation as the technological center piece of NeoCity, the County recognized the need to have office space available to support companies that utilize this core facility.
During the design process, ZHA helped shape the project program and budget, and negotiated the contracts to keep the project moving forward.
As the Owner's Representative for Osceola County, ZHA provided coordination with various agencies, scheduling, cost estimating, performance specifications, technical reports, plan reviews, fee negotiations assistance, contract reviews, design management, construction overview, resident project representative, claims analysis, litigation support, project overview, staff augmentation and other general consulting, advisory and management services requested by the County.