How the tool works?
This tool shows information about the availability office and warehouse space in the Metropolitan Area of Panama City and Colon.
The tool has search filters that help to improve the data results and display only what is of interest to the user. Additionally, it has a map which indicates the location, where you can see the area and other alternatives close to the search result.
The information can be selected by
- Type of building
- Total area (m2)
- Sale / Rent
- Warehouses: The Warehouse space type is designed to store goods and materials, as well as to allow for the regular circulation of occupants, vehicles, and machinery that are typically associated with the handling of these goods and materials. Warehouses must be designed to accommodate the loads of the materials to be stored, the associated handling equipment, the receiving and shipping operations and associated trucking, and the needs of the operating personnel.
- Flex Facility: These are warehouse with less capacity, with a smaller space compared to a common warehouse, these are ideal for small and medium-sized companies that are dedicated to the distribution, retail marketing, and regular production of various goods. They also have offices inside the warehouse.
- Lot: Empty land intended for construction either from a warehouse or flex facility within a logistics park. For this, zoning or use must be considered.
- Warehouse clear height: Is the height of the warehouse up to which product can safely be stored on racking.
- Loading Dock: Is an area of a building where goods vehicles are loaded and unloaded.
- Strength of flooring: Floor capacity to support heavy materials and with resistance to compression (density / compressed materials).
- Fire protection systems: Suitable fire protection equipment should be provided in storage areas. It is necessary provided, automatic fire detection, alarm system and fire sprinkler system (this should include hand held fire extinguishers). In order to meet the requirements of local Building Regulations.
Source: Whole Building Design Guide a program of the National Insitute of Building Sciences