Japan Motor Terminal DynaBASE
The DynaBASE - one of the largest high-performance logistics facility projects in Tokyo. A double rampway system that allows 40ft trailers to access directly into each floor of the facility was designed to enable high business productivity. Yamashita PMC provided a comprehensive CMr services from assisting in redevelopment execution planning through to construction phase. We contributed to the establishment of the optimum project structure by incorporating an overall evaluation method for technical proposals. For this “shared truck terminal” where multiple companies are accommodated in the same site, we were expected to provide CMr services to ensure high-commonness, functionalities to cope against disasters and business continuity, as well as employee-friendly working environment in face of the severe labor market in this particular industry.
|Business owner||Japan Motor Terminal Co., Ltd.|
|Location||2-1-1 Heiwajima, Ota-ku, Tokyo (inside Keihin Truck Terminal)|
|Building use||Truck terminal, warehouse for storage business|
|Total floor area||Approximately 97,000m2|
|Structure||Column: PC structure, Beam: S structure|
|Number of floors||5 floors above ground, 1 penthouse floor|
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In recent years, the nature and required functions for logistics facilities are drastically evolving, and growth in the area of EC (Electric Commerce) is a part of such changes. Logistics facilities paired with a call center or shooting studio, as well as large-scale high-performance logistics centers equipped with material handling device for the purpose of ensuring efficiency and saving workload are some examples of the newly emerging facilities. At the same time, business owners are increasingly conscious about the BCP (business continuity planning), and demands are growing for safe and secure buildings with enhanced aseismatic performance, and resilient facilities that can quickly recover from disasters. Eco-friendly initiative is also an essential element and some projects require community building approach. While these new needs are apparent, building volume is in the growing trend, while storage and loading/unloading functions are more centralized. Business owners are required to pursue more efficient facilities to stay competitive.