Facts About DC5 at Prologis Park Tilburg

  • 34,524 square meters plot
  • 22,894 square meters of logistics space
  • 1,867 square meters of mezzanine
  • 1,042 square meters of office
  • 23 docks
Prologis Tilburg DC5 Well building

Shortlisted for the 2019 MIPIM Awards

The special and innovative features of the WELL building in Tilburg that contribute to a healthy workplace earned Prologis a nomination for the 2019 MIPIM Awards in the category Best Industrial & Logistics Development. MIPIM, an international real estate event in Cannes, France, brings together professionals, planners, engineers, urban planners, financial institutions, city representatives, brokers and consultants from around the world to present ideas and projects. The exhibition is one of the largest real estate events in the world. Since 1991, exceptional real estate projects worldwide have been presented with MIPIM Awards.

Project Overview

In May 2018, Prologis delivered DC5, a 25,803 square meter build-to-suit distribution facility for Pantos Logistics in Tilburg, Netherlands. The facility was designed according to the WELL Building Standard. By creating a pleasant and healthy work environment, we provided Pantos with a unique added value that takes into account its employees—the company’s most important resource.

Location

Prologis Park Tilburg is located in Southern Netherlands, one of the fastest-growing logistics markets in the Netherlands because of its proximity to key logistics hubs in Antwerp and Rotterdam. The park comprises 271,174 square meters.

Use by Pantos

The facility is leased to Pantos Logistics, a long-term Prologis customer. Because of the leading Korean logistics provider’s growth across a number of areas, including warehousing, the company required additional capacity in the Netherlands. Pantos moved into the facility in May 2018.

Sustainability

Whereas building rating systems such as BREEAM assess the environmental performance of buildings, the WELL Building Standard focuses on building design and management that enhances employee health and quality of life in the work environment. Incorporating health and well-being into building design is an example of Prologis’ long-term focus and innovative approach to environmental stewardship, social responsibility and governance—and of how these factors are integrated fully into our business strategy.

Well-Being

Focusing on the well-being of employees inside warehouses aligns with our sustainability and business objectives, as well as our ambitions to raise the standards for logistics buildings.

Shifting toward a more human-centric approach leads to insights that give Prologis buildings an extra competitive edge.

Take a WELL Walk

Would you like to experience our WELL building project? Our 3D animation offers the opportunity to explore Prologis Park Tilburg DC5 and also provides information about the facility and the WELL Building Standard.

 

What is the WELL Building Standard?

The WELL Building Standard focuses on seven human-oriented categories of building performance: air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind.

 


Listen to Arthur van Kooij, head of project management Northern Europe for Prologis, speak about joining forces with the International WELL Building Institute to develop the WELL concept further.
 

 


The WELL Building Standard positions people first because a more pleasant workplace environment improves the well-being of employees and leads to higher motivation and productivity.

 

Contact

Do you have questions about Prologis WELL projects or general questions about WELL building in regard to logistics facilities? Don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

 Arthur van Kooij, VP, Head of Project Management Northern Europe

 

Arthur van Kooij
VP, Head of Project Management Northern Europe

Email: [email protected]