Equites EDGE Project Portfolio
Equites Property Fund is committed to incorporating sustainable practices into its developments. Resource-efficient design and technologies are incorporated into the warehouses’ designs to conserve natural resources. Equites’ properties have either received or are targeting EDGE Certification from GBCI. Ecolution Consulting has been the expert and auditor on all of these certified industrial projects.
Equites Park Lords View - Premier Foods
EDGE Advanced Certification
Energy savings: 43% Water savings: 47% Material savings: 52%
Premier Foods, a leading fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company, is situated in Equites Park on Allandale Road, with access to both Pretoria and M39, can accommodate development opportunities ranging from 5,000 to 45,000 square meters.
Lords View Spec
EDGE Advanced Certification
Energy savings: 52% Water savings: 32% Material savings: 51%
Situated on Allandale Road, with access to both Pretoria and M39, Lords View can accommodate development opportunities ranging from 5,000 to 45,000 square meters.
Energy savings: 39% Water savings: 21% Material savings: 55%
Altron is a leading information and technology (ICT) company in South Africa, situated next to the N3 highway in Johannesburg, Meadowview. The building can accommodate development opportunities ranging from 5,000 to 20,000 square meters.
Energy savings: 65% Water savings: 41% Material savings: 37%
Sandvik is a global company focused on mining and excavation technology. The facility, located in Riverfields (a fast-developing logistics node in Kempton Park, Gauteng), comprises three workshops, a machine test track, and head office.
Equites Park: Meadowview Digistics
Energy savings: 31% Water savings: 48% Material savings: 55%
Digistics is a leading supply chain group in South Africa, stuated next to the N3 highway in Johannesburg, Meadowview. The building can accommodate development opportunities ranging from 5,000 to 20,000 square meters.
Energy savings: 27% Water savings: 21% Material savings: 49%
A 17,628m² warehouse leased to Imperial Health Sciences (IHS). The warehoue roof hosts a shared 1322 kWp solar system, which is expected to produce around 2,177,457 kWh each year (average).
Energy savings: 42% Water savings: 34% Material savings: 55%
This modern logistics speculative build is expected to have a total gross lettable area (GLA) of 8,089m², comprising of 7,711m² warehouse GLA and 361m² office GLA, with an opportunity to increase the office GLA to 722m².
Some of the various sustainable building features include:
– Reduced window to wall ratio
– External shading devices
– Low-E coated glass
– 100% LED lights
– Occupancy sensors to control lighting
– Solar PV
– Low Flor tap fittings
– Water-efficient landscaping