In order to meet the requirements for autonomous Class A warehouses, the necessary utilities infrastructure has been constructed on the terminal site:
In order to ensure the safety of cargo, the "Borisovsky" terminal is equipped with modern systems of video surveillance and access control, security and fire alarm systems, and an autonomous fire sprinkler system.
The rainwater drainage system does not run over the storage area, which completely eliminates the impact of possible leaks.
Energy efficiency class A++
The building was constructed using enlarged wall thicknesses of 150 mm and 200 mm in the roof. After installation, PSO-13 specialists carried out a thermal imaging survey of the building and confirmed that there were no sources of increased heat loss. Following an independent energy audit, the buildings were assigned the highest energy efficiency class A++.
In the "Borisovsky" warehouse, the heating of 1 m² with a height of almost 14 metres requires only 50 watts of thermal energy - 25% lower than in standard class "A" warehouses.
Weak technogenic soils
The building site was characterised by enormous differences in elevation and weak soils. Hundreds of thousands of cubic metres of sand and crushed stone were brought in to level the site. The designed thickness of the earth material reached 12 metres in some places.
For the construction of the floor, a sand and gravel and geosynthetic material multi-layer base with a thickness of more than 1.2 metres was prepared under the whole development area. The floor with an antidust cover is designed to resist a distributed load of 7 t/m² and a concentrated load of up to 10 t/m², which is 40% higher than the standard requirements (5 t/m² and 7 t/m², respectively).
The bearing and half-timbered columns are mounted on composite pile foundations up to 16 metres deep.