The main building is an all-metal frame with an integrated air conditioning unit. Twelve multi-temperature zones occupy the main volume of the building:
Above the receiving and picking area, there are technical areas, refrigeration units, wardrobes for staff, catering areas, sanitary facilities and technical service areas.
The office block houses an internal checkpoint, a passenger lift, a forwarding service, office and administrative and technical premises.
The complex is equipped with its own boiler house with BUDERUS dual fuel boilers, a diesel generator set and a fire extinguishing pumping station with fire tanks.
The autonomy of the complex is 48 hours.
The client wanted to build as large a warehouse as possible on a complexly shaped plot with weak soils and a high water table. There is a high-voltage power line running next to the site as well. In addition, a main electricity cable and a city sewer ran through the site.
Due to the complex shape of the plot and the existing burdens, standard solutions had to be avoided. Some of the encumbrances were removed by moving the trunk cable and the sewage collector out of the plot boundary. The main building was designed with power line protection zones in mind. The combined pile-column foundation was made of concrete B25, W8, F150.
In low-temperature areas, liquid-heated extruded polystyrene foam heat insulation was installed under the floor slab to prevent ground freezing.
To increase storage capacity and reduce cooling costs, the building height was increased to 14 m and 7-tier racks were installed in the storage areas instead of the standard 6-tier racks.
In the low-cold room, dynamic racks on mobile platforms were installed, which more than doubled the useful storage density from 1.94 pallets/m² to 4.22 pallets/m².