DeA Capital Real Estate In Iberia Builds New Apq Logistics Warehouse For Ecoquímica In Pinto

DeA Capital Real Estate in Iberia is building a new logistics platform leased to EcoQuímica Logistica Integral, an operator specialising in the storage and management of chemical waste. This is a turnkey project located in sector 5 of the Río Pinto industrial estate. The municipality of Pinto (Madrid), which is only 20 km from the centre of the capital, stands out as a strategic enclave due to its connection to the Cantabrian Highway and its proximity to important services in western Asturias, offering direct connections to the A-4, R-4 and M50. 

DeA Capital Real Estate’s platform has a total surface area of 8,300 m² built on a plot of 15,400 m² and includes an office space of 600 m² distributed over two floors. Divided into six independent sectors according to the stored product with an average free storage height of 10 metres it has 9 loading bays for trailers and an access ramp for light vehicles. In addition to the manoeuvring area, the perimeter roads are also suitable for heavy vehicle traffic. 

The design and construction of the development has been carried out by Norton Industrial Buildings and complies with the highest ESG criteria, which DeA Capital is committed to as part of its socially responsible investment strategy. Thus, the platform has photovoltaic panels on its roof and will have BREEAM Very Good certification. The firm has been advised by Dokei RE and APM Management for the project’s conception and monitoring of the execution works. 

According to the promoter, EcoQuímica’s activity, which focuses on the storage and management of chemical products, electrical and electronic waste, such as batteries and fluorescent lights, as well as other hazardous waste, was a key factor in the conceptualisation and design of the asset. The result is a Type C high risk 8 platform, which also meets the requirements of the APQ regulations, that establishes the performance requirements that must be met by enclosures for the storage of chemical products and the regulations for ATEX zones in several of its sectors, which refers to areas with explosive atmospheres where flammable gases, that could cause an explosio, accumulate.

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