Azuqueca de Henares (Guadalajara) has been the scene of the completion and handover of a new logistics centre developed by Zanda Reim, the company's first. This is located in the Corredor del Henares, recognised as one of the main logistics hubs of the peninsula, and offers a gross leasable area of 36,374 square metres.
The investment for this project is around 30 million euros and, once fully occupied, it is expected to generate more than 250 jobs. The site is located 35 km from Madrid, with direct access to the A-2. It is also located a short distance from the Azuqueca RENFE commuter train station and the Guadalajara AVE high-speed train station.
Special emphasis has been placed on the sustainability of the building. The incorporation of a photovoltaic installation on its roof is highlighted, which, according to estimates, could allow a reduction of more than 50% in annual energy costs, equivalent to a saving in emissions of 147 kg of CO2/Mwh. Other sustainable features include electric vehicle chargers, LED lighting with presence sensors, rainwater harvesting systems and aerothermal heat recovery in the offices. These features have led the building to obtain BREEAM Excellent certification, the first of its kind in the province of Guadalajara.
In terms of construction, the building has 50 loading bays, large outdoor manoeuvring areas and a high percentage of natural lighting. The firm Zanda Reim worked in collaboration with Inel 2000 on the design, Magna General Contractors on the construction and Dokei RE on the supervision of the project. The space is being marketed by INVERTICA and BNP Paribas Real Estate.