This speculative development project is China’s first LEED certification. Phase 1 includes four warehouse buildings.
This LEED Silver-certified logistics distribution park comprises six logistics warehouse buildings totaling 1.4 MSF (136,400 SQM).
|Cool roofs||Reduce energy demand and the urban heat island|
|Energy-efficient lighting||Reduces energy consumption and operating costs|
|Hybrid and carpool parking and bicycle storage||Promotes low-carbon transportation solutions|
|Low-emitting sealants, adhesives and carpet systems||Reduce reliance on non-renewable resources, contribute to better air quality and ensure a healthier work environment|
|Onsite recycling||Reduces waste sent to landfills and incinerators|
|Recycled and locally sourced construction materials||Decrease our carbon foot print and support local economies|
|Skylights and clerestory windows||Maximize use of natural sunlight|
|Solar and other renewables||Generate sustainable energy|
|Water conservation||Reduces natural resource use|