in Awards, Sustainability, Workplaces 22 Jul The new Administrative Complex demonstrates the Authority’s public commitment to conserving water and energy for Osceola’s future. Project Type: Government Office Client: Toho Water Authority Square feet: 54,000 SF Construction Cost: $12,000,000 KZF Design provided architecture, space planning, and sustainable design for the new Toho Water Authority building. The new 4-story, 54,000 SF LEED® Gold certified complex houses the Authority’s administration, engineering, accounting and customer service departments, totaling more than 70 employees. KZF designers interviewed each department head to determine space needs and investigate inter-departmental relationships in order to plan the most effective interior layout of the complex. Toho is the first LEED certified government building in Osceola County and first LEED certified building in Kissimmee, FL.