Hoppegarten, Berlin, Germany, was selected as the location for a 13,000m2 last mile, fast-sorting facility. The location of this facility allows quick sorting and distribution across 15km to central Berlin and the surrounding areas due to its excellent connections to and from the highways B1 and A10.
The facility is divided into storage areas, loading and logistics areas with an open and light office environment. The end-user installed an automatic conveyor system and a mezzanine to facilitate the parcel sorting. The building GIA is 13,000m2 , with a 7.5m clear height, 12 level access doors, eight dock levellers, and allows rapid van loading and distribution to the customer in accordance with the occupier’s last mile philosophy. We facilitated and led the developer and tenant integration, architectural and engineering design services for the 13,000m2 last mile logistics hub, as well as construction governance and client advisory services including tenant requirements.
This particular plot was a disused zoned plot that engaged with the end-user last mile facility requirements. Particular elements of a sound barrier, earth wall and tree planting around the facility ensures a pleasant environment for workers and neighbours.
To ensure energy-efficiency, various eco-sustainable technologies have been employed, such as EV charging stations, LED lighting, thermal insulation, and solar panels to provide energy and heating which all contribute to the expectations of the DGNB Gold Standard in Germany.
|Role||Architectural and engineering peer review, construction inspections and client advisory|
|Client||P3 Logistic Park|
|Location||Hoppegarten, Berlin, Germany|