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Steps to Reduce Embodied Carbon Emissions in Industrial Real Estate

Commercial real estate leaders who are looking to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions associated with the construction of new industrial buildings can make use of new measurement tools, data and information. While the steps to lowering the embodied carbon footprint of a project or portfolio are simple, they are not necessarily easy.

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I.CON Cold Storage 2023 Tour

High-tech Solutions to Keeping Chocolates Cool at an Atlanta Cold Storage Facility

A 1.5 million-square-foot cold storage facility an hour south of Atlanta sits unassumingly among farmlands and other distribution warehouse facilities containing everything from mattresses to salad dressing to office supplies. Inside its doors though, racks and rows of premium chocolates are stacked high in an international chocolate producer’s distribution facility for the Southwest.

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Examining the Impact of Embodied Carbon in Industrial Real Estate

Every industry is being challenged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, especially with the U.S. government’s commitment to combat climate change and increase funding for these efforts. The construction industry has a considerable impact on global greenhouse gas emissions primarily due to its significant contributions to operational and embodied carbon, accounting for 28% and 11%, respectively, of total emissions.

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Cold Storage leasing

Inside Industrial Cold Storage Leasing

Cold storage development often requires a specialized approach, and leasing is no exception. Five development and leasing experts closed out NAIOP’s I.CON Cold Storage in Atlanta with a look into the cold storage leasing market, demand drivers and growth expectations and the market outlook, among others.

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Capital Markets Keynote

Peeling Back the Onion of Capital Markets and Cold Storage Development

“Less than 2% of industrial space today is cold storage, and it probably needs to be at 15%. We’re not even in the first inning,” opened economist KC Conway in a keynote session at NAIOP’s I.CON Cold Storage. Using the analogy of peeling back an onion, Conway identified four cold storage and capital markets “layers” to “see what makes us sweat and what makes us cry.”

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Best practices in cold storage design

No One-size-fits-all Solution for Cold Storage Design and Construction

Understanding the many types of cold storage and controlled environments – food and beverage processing; food distribution; and public refrigerated warehousing – along with a plethora of product-specific terminologies, is the first step in diving into the world of its development. But there is much more to explore to understand the nuances of this sector.

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Cold storage end users

The Who, Where and Why of Cold Storage End Users

At I.CON Cold Storage, attendees had the opportunity to hear from four very different cold storage end users who shared their decision-making criteria, key priorities and needs for cold storage facilities today. “Cold storage is far from a catchall,” noted Chris Cummings, partner with OnPace Cold. “There’s a ton of variability in terms of temperatures, design, layout and requirements for each user.”

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