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Tenant workforce

Tackling the Tenant Workforce Issue

A qualified, sustainable, and happy workforce is key to tenant success and exceedingly difficult to attain in today’s labor market. Speakers at I.CON East discussed effective practices for attracting, training and retaining workers at industrial facilities.

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The Logistics Building of the Future

The Logistics Building of the Future

At NAIOP’s I.CON East: The Industrial Conference, attendees explored the logistics building of the future, as designed and imagined by Matt Brady, LEED AP, architect and executive vice president, and the team at Ware Malcomb.

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A New Approach to ESG Leadership for Warehouses and Commercial Buildings

ESG and Decarbonization: Achieving Ultimate Success in Industrial

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and decarbonization initiatives can yield significant advances across the industry, from the important climate benefits to improved investor and community relations. While these are not new concepts – the first solar panels date back to 1954 – they are fresher to commercial real estate as owners and developers as they evaluate how to retrofit existing properties and incorporate elements of sustainability into their projects.

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I.CON East Keynote Dana Peterson

The Future of Economic Growth: Identifying Emerging Opportunities and Risks

“We’ve been modeling for the U.S. to enter recession this quarter for the last year now,” began Dana M. Peterson, chief economic and center leader for economy, strategy and finance at The Conference Board, to a sold-out audience in a keynote at NAIOP’s I.CON East this week in Jersey City, New Jersey. She explained what a recession would look like, emerging economic trends, and their implications for industrial real estate.

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Construction planning team

The Importance of Being “Shovel Ready”

The groundbreaking ceremony for a new building signifies the physical start of a construction project. In most cases, however, months or even years have already been spent preparing the land for future growth, as planners and developers work behind the scenes to make the property “shovel ready.” Attempting to market a property that is not shovel ready can be a significant barrier to making a commercial property sale. But what does it mean to have a shovel-ready property, and why is it so important?

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Warehouse workers

Labor Trends in the Powerhouse Logistics Empire

Experts dug into the data behind labor and workforce trends in California’s Inland Empire and the surrounding regions, one of the most competitive labor markets for distribution and manufacturing workers in the western U.S., during a session at NAIOP’s I.CON West in Long Beach, California. However, alternative markets like Phoenix and Las Vegas/Reno could provide valuable options outside of the Inland Empire, especially when considering total cost modeling.

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