We have a vested interest in helping to create a more energy efficient environment.
As an owner, developer, and lessor of industrial real estate and as a member of the communities in which we operate, our company and our employees share a commitment to advancing sustainable practices.
We're always looking at ways to reduce energy usage and costs across our current portfolio of buildings and employing environmentally friendly construction techniques when developing and redeveloping industrial facilities. These include low water usage utilities, T-5 lighting, skylights, drought-tolerant landscaping, roofing materials that reduce heat loads, and more.
Furthermore, we have extensive experience constructing buildings to industry leading environmental standards like LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and CALGreen code. In the Southern California market, First Industrial developed First Inland Logistics Center, a 691,960 square-foot state-of-the-art cross-dock warehouse, to these standards. Our First Chino Logistics Center and First Bandini Logistics Center are also being built to Cal-Green Code, comparable to LEED.