Standing eight stories high, this 1.4 million SF (130,500 SQM) industrial facility has many sustainable design features, earning it a CASBEE “A” assessment. Seismic isolation technology will keep the facility stable during catastrophic events. Two four-kilowatt wind turbines generate energy to light the facility’s common areas, resulting in an annual CO2 reduction of approximately 8,800 pounds (4,000 kg) for the building. State-of-the-art, pre-cast concrete spiral vehicle ramps eliminate time and energy required to move goods by elevator. An onsite convenience store and restaurant add convenience and improve quality of life for customers.



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