P3 Logistic Parks has achieved the highest possible BREEAM certificate for the P3 Warsaw II Park. This is the first P3 investment in Poland awarded with the “Outstanding” rating and only the third and the fourth buildings of this kind in Poland with such a high certification.
The BREEAM International New Construction framework was applied to two P3 Warsaw II Park buildings, and they both achieved the “Outstanding” rating. The first is warehouse WH1, constructed for Inpost (7,200 sqm warehouse space and 1,100 sqm office space), and the second is warehouse WH2 (10,600 sqm warehouse space and 1,050 sqm office space) rented by Leroy Merlin.
Zbigniew Smyczyński, Senior Development Manager, P3 Logistic Parks in Poland, said: “The systematic introduction of green solutions into P3 parks is in line with our strategy. We are committed to creating projects which not only meet the needs of our tenants but also protect the environment and promote sustainable development. The P3 Warsaw II Park was designed with high energy efficiency and environmental protection in mind, and the BREEAM certification at the “Outstanding” level awarded to the buildings in this park confirms that they are some of the most ecological warehouses in Poland.”
Sustainable environmental practices have been considered, prior even to construction commencing on the first building. The initial project stage included environmental remediation, meaning pollution caused by human activity was removed. During construction, PIR core panels were used to provide better thermal insulation and photovoltaic and solar panels were installed on the reinforced roofs. The buildings use energy-saving LED lighting systems with DALI automatic control units. They have a constant monitoring system allowing, amongst a host of benefits, the chance to detect possible water leaks, motion sensors to control the light in the sanitary areas, and infrared bathroom taps. The buildings are also equipped with greywater recovery systems, light sensors to control external lighting, and special rainwater retention and filtration systems. The concepts used to increase biodiversity also contributed to the “Outstanding” rating. Nearly 100 trees and nearly 300 sqm of shrubs of native species – suitable for the location – were planted in the investment area.
Jakub Komala, Senior Project Manager, P3 Logistic Parks in Poland, said: “The BREEAM Outstanding rating is a positive verification of our demanding standards for sustainable development and our commitment to environmental protection. Being a significant achievement not only for P3 but also for the entire warehouse industry in Poland, this achievement motivates us to keep on working on ecological solutions and to follow our commitment to creating warehouses that meet the highest possible sustainable development standards.”
The park amenities encourage employees to use low-emission transport means. With its nearby bus (lines 234 and 314) and tram (lines 4 and 41) stops, the facility is easily accessible by public transport. For others, there are parking spaces with EV charger stations and cyclists can use a covered area for bikes.
The P3 Warsaw II Park is located in the northern part of Warsaw, at Faraday Street, with nearby access from the S8 expressway. The park is just 12 km from Warsaw centre and 22 km from Frederic Chopin Airport. Its excellent location makes it an ideal place for city logistics activities.
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