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LEED® certified logistics warehouse®


It is located in Oppeano, near Verona. It is a warehouse building consisting of a warehouse section of about 47,000 m2 and an office section of about 1,500 m2. It is equipped with 54 loading bays. The shell and structural frame are mande with precast concrete.
The HVAC system is composed as follows:
– in the warehouse spaces, which are not conditioned, there is only a mechanical ventilation system;
– in the office spaces, there is a VRV system for heating and cooling and heat recovery units in the suspended ceiling, for mechanical ventilation.
Lighting features are LED luminaires.
In the warehouse, there are skylights in the roof; in the offices, on the other hand, ribbon windows ensure an adequate contribution of natural light to the lighting comfort of the spaces.
There is also a photovoltaic plant on the roof.


  1. Air handling units equipped with high-efficiency heat recovery
  2. Outdoor air flow rates according to Ashrae 62.1.2010
  3. Equipment with reduced potable water flow rate
  4. Photovoltaic panels on the roof
  5. Use of low VOC emission and VOC content materials
  6. Materials with high SRI
  7. Monitoring of electrical and water energy consumption
  8. LED luminaires
  9. Indoor air quality control during construction phase
  10. Sustainable site waste management


Rating system: LEED® BD+C v4:Warehouse and distribution center
Certification level: 64/110 points, LEED® Gold

Below, for each category, the percentage contribution to the total certification score. Also to the side, the score achieved against the total score that can be acquired for each category.


Feasibility analysis and pre-assessment

Preliminary assessment of the overall sustainability of the project: selection of the best LEED® certification rating and evaluation of the resulting attainable certification level.

LEED® Team Management during the design phase.

Project team management activities through:
– Guidance on selection of materials and equipment in accordance with LEED® requirements.
– Approval of project documentation in accordance with LEED® requirements.
– Management of the project on LEED®online

LEED® Team Management during the construction phase

Construction team management activities through:
– LEED® approval of materials and equipment
– Management for the implementation of construction plans
– Project management on LEED®online portal

Fundamental Commissioning

Commissioning is a prerequisite for LEED®, the main purpose of which is to ensure that buildings and facilities are designed, constructed, and delivered to clients according to clear and well-defined criteria. The benefits of the process, if implemented on time, are:
– increases in occupant productivity
– containment of construction costs
– shorter plant commissioning times

Enhanced Commissioning

Enhanced Commissioning for both facilities and building envelope, in addition to fundamental commissioning activities, involves analysis and drafting of additional documentation to support the following facility management and implementation of facility testing at 10 months after occupancy.

Energy modelling

Energy model activity allows for the comparison of two models of the same building, baseline and proposed, the former built according to Ashrae 90.1 Appendix G and the latter in accordance with the project. The result is a snapshot of the building’s consumption. The comparison between the two models allow to calculate a percentage savings in energy cost.

LCA analysis

A building life cycle assessment that, using a structured and internationally standardized method, allows the quantification of potential impacts on the environment and human health by distinguishing them into different categories.
For each of these categories, the percentage reductions in environmental impact obtained by comparing the proposed project with a reference model (equivalent to the design model in shape, size and orientation built using traditional building materials) were calculated.


Architectural Project: Studio Biguzzi e Associati
Electrical and special systems project: Dabster Engineering
Mechanical systems project Dabster Engineering
LEED consulting during design and construction GreeningLAB, a division of
Planex s.r.l. Engineering companies
Energy Modeling: GreeningLAB, a division of
Planex s.r.l. Engineering companies
Commissioning authority: CommissionLab, a division of
Planex s.r.l. Engineering companies


Via Padania, Oppeano – VR

Client: Figura 11 srl
Intended Use: Logistics warehouse
Period of construction: 2022 – 2023
Area: 50.620 mq


U.S. Green Building Council* website:

→ Project Info

* U.S. entity involved in the development of the LEED® certification protocol.