City Dox is designed with the highest levels of quality and sustainable criteria. It incorporates the latest construction advances to optimize consumption and reduce the carbon footprint and environmental impact.
Transport and logistics operations are responsible for 25% of CO2 emissions in Spain, with a continuous upward trend according to data provided by the European Environment Agency.
One of the main objectives is to reduce the generation of polluting emissions and make logistics a more sustainable activity.
To this end, it will have the U.S. Green Building Council (LEED) environmental certification seal, which certifies the adoption of a set of measures aimed at energy efficiency, the use of alternative energies, environmental sustainability and the construction of environments that improve people’s lives. USGBC LEED certification at the minimum Silver level guaranteed.
Recycled materials The waste generated during the construction of this Logistics Campus will be recycled in accordance with LEED certification standards.
Efficient electricity consumption It is designed to rationalize electricity consumption and achieve savings and efficient results thanks to the implementation of measures such as: LED lighting inside and outside the building. Motion and light sensors. Smart Metering” consumption control system. High percentage and natural lighting. The building is very bright thanks to the skylights and openings in the facade. The offices are equipped with curtain walls to take advantage of natural lighting. Recharging points for electric vehicles. Photovoltaic panels on the roof. Installation of solar panels for DHW.
Native vegetation City Dox has a selection of native vegetation and tree species typical of the area with little need for water resources and, therefore, with low maintenance and resource costs.
Reduction of water consumption City Dox incorporates measures to reduce water consumption and strategies for efficient water use. Some of the measures included in the project are: Rainwater recovery for green areas. Drip irrigation only during required periods. High efficiency faucet and sanitary system. Building management system with continuous consumption measurement elements to detect savings opportunities. Water leak detector.
Heat island reduction Its design considerably reduces the heat island thanks to the following specifications: The presence of numerous permeable zones that also help to preserve a constant degree of humidity. Exterior pedestrian pavements with a high reflectance index. Vertical gardens in the offices.
Green Zones City Dox is surrounded by green areas, an area of approximately 115,000 m2, which makes it a unique area in the sector. One of the backbones of the industrial area consists of a “boulevard” that includes an extensive green area for rest and walking.