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Logistic buildings

Logistics buildings are defined as buildings used in the distribution and delivery of goods. This scheme is also used to certify high-bay warehouses.

Scope: If the usable floor area for permanent workspaces is more than 400 m², or if there are more than 20 permanent workspaces in the building, the indicators for the share occupied by offices must also be assessed in criteria SOC1.1 and SOC1.4.

Individual regulations for secondary use: If the areas occupied by the secondary use are more than or equal to 10% of the DGNB design area, documentary evidence must be provided for indicator 1 in both criterion "SOC1.2 – Indoor air quality" and criterion "SOC2.1 – Design for all" to demonstrate that the minimum requirement has been met in each case.

This scheme is applied on the DGNB System Version 2020 International.

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CONTACT

Andrea Schwitalla
Consultant Multiple Certification
Phone: +49 711 722322-85
a.schwitalla at dgnb.de

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