LatAm Parque Logístico Lima Sur
The LatAm Parque Logístico Lima Sur consists of three warehouses located in a logistics park in the valley of Lima’s Lurin district. The warehouses, built by LatAm Logístico Properties, will provide a modern space for distribution and logistics in a growing urban hub of Peru. Each warehouse will consist of approximately 22,000m2. Utility savings are projected to be 13,000 Peruvian soles per month.
Nearly 16,000 square meters of the project are designated for gardens and landscaping. The property will feature its own black water treatment plant, of which all black water generated will be reused for landscape irrigation. The warehouses will also have skylights across the entire roofs. Using only 3% of the skylights will provide enough guaranteed light for operation during the daytime.
Founded in 2013, LatAm Logístico Properties understands the unique local market dynamics in urban hubs across Latin America. They develop, acquire and operate state-of-the-art, Class-A warehouses in Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica and Panama. Leveraging its team throughout the region, the company provides local expertise in market dynamics, site selection and regulatory approvals.
LatAm Parque Logístico Lima Sur has received a preliminary EDGE certificate from GBCI.
Predicted Savings of EDGE Certification
Reduced window to wall ratio, reflective paint and tiles for roof and external walls, insulation of roof and external walls, energy-saving lighting in internal areas and skylights to provide daylight to 50% of top floor areas.
Single flush and flush valve for water closets in all bathrooms, water-efficient urinals in all bathrooms and aerators and auto shut-off faucets in all bathrooms.
Steel sheets on steel rafters roof construction, steel profile cladding for external walls, medium weight hollow concrete blocks for external walls, plasterboards on metal studs for internal walls and finished concrete flooring.
*Part of the energy efficiency percentage may be associated with virtual energy for comfort depending on the presence of heating and cooling systems. Note that virtual energy does not contribute savings to utility bills.