Work On £15m Sustainable Warehouse In Lincoln Completed
Work on a £15m sustainable warehouse in Lincoln has now been completed, which might need forklift battery warehouse forklifts once it is fully operational.
Work on a sustainable warehouse in Lincoln has now been completed.
St Modwen Logistics has finished the fourth phase of the £15 million development at St Modwen Park called Lincoln 111, East Midlands Business Link reported.
Ben Silcock, leasing and development manager at St Modwen Logistics, said: “We are always striving to develop industry-leading warehouses in fantastic locations for our customers and Lincoln 111 is a prime example of this.”
The warehouse, which was completed by Caddick Construction, could save over £90,000 a year in energy costs.
It has been given a BREEAM rating of ‘excellent’ and has over 1,000 square metres of solar PV panels, which will be able to power Lincoln 111’s 5,300 square feet of offices.
Other energy-saving features include one-fifth of its car parking spaces being fitted with EV car charging points, and a large provision of cycle spaces.
These, as well as its net-zero carbon Grade-A offices, has led Lincoln 111 to be awarded an EPC A+ rating.
St Modwen Logistics has delivered 411,000 square feet of space at St Modwen Park over the last few years, having completed its first unit in 2019.
Since then, DHL, Furniture Village and NIC have taken up space at the £35 million site.
This follows the beginning of construction of a 127,000 square foot warehouse in Derbyshire. This will include welfare rooms, offices, concrete yards, and 14 loading bays, as well as road networks, BDC Magazine revealed.
These new warehouses might need forklift battery warehouse forklifts once they are operational.