Panattoni Park Sulechow III for BestSecret is complete (PL)

Panattoni Park Sulechow III for BestSecret is complete (PL)

Panattoni has finished the last stage of Panattoni Park Sulechow III. The centre has been developed for BestSecret. The building has a total area of 136,000m2, which makes it one of the largest logistics centres in the region.


We concentrated on creating the ideal space to meet the requirements of the rapidly growing e-commerce sector. It was crucial to adapt the building to the specific operational requirements of BestSecret and that necessitated the to parties to communicate openly and show flexibility. During the development of the project, Panattoni instigated a number of constructional and technological changes in response to the specific needs of the client. These included raising part of the building, adapting to the multi-level warehouse pick-towers that maximise the use of space and aid logistics, as well as acquiring the required permits and administrative approvals,” said Dorota Jagodzinska-Sasson, the Managing Director of Panattoni.


Panattoni Park Sulechow III is to be certified under BREEAM for a rating of Excellent, while the roof of the centre is to be reinforced for the future installation of solar panels. The development meets the highest standards of energy efficiency including the use of a BMS system, smart lighting, heat pumps and destratifiers as well as increased insulation in the roof and walls. Due to all of these measures, a primary energy usage has been achieved that is lower than that required by the European Taxonomy.


The developer has also paid attention to the workers of the centre. Throughout the 13,000m2 office area, access to daylight has been increased, and a specialist was consulted to create the appropriate acoustics. The building is accessible to the handicapped. The relaxation area next to the entrance to the office includes outdoor furniture made from recycled wind turbine blades. The developer has also prepared facilities for cyclists and electric vehicle charging stations.


In consultation with an ecologist, care has been taken with the biodiversity of the site. Trees have been planted such as small-leaved lime, maple, and beech as well as native shrubs such as viburnum, dogwood, and buckthorn. The flower meadow is to be extended to 1,000m2 and nesting boxes have been planned for birds as well as insect hotels.


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