VSIP Group, the leading integrated township and industrial park developer in Vietnam, has opened a new 2.045 hectares site at VSIP II in Binh Duong. The site features four ready-built factories that have been designed to offer functional and resource-efficient spaces for future tenants.
The industrial complex utilizes resource-efficient design features and technologies to reduce its environmental impact and lower its carbon footprint. Reflective paint, roof insulation, a reduced window-to-wall ratio, LED lighting, and a VRV cooling system reduce the complex’s energy use, while water-efficient plumbing fixtures and landscaping reduce the complex’s water use.
The resource efficiency of the factories aligns with VSIP Group’s commitment to the environment. VSIP Group, a joint venture between the Vietnam-based Becamex IDC Corporation and a Singapore-based consortium led by Sembcorp Development, has also achieved an EDGE certificate for its High-rise Ready Built Factories in Bac Ninh.
The 2020 Vietnam Property Awards also recognized VSIP’s commitment to protecting the environment from pollution, being named the Best Sustainable Developer. This project was also honored during the awards for its resource efficiency.
VSIP’s ready-built factories have received final EDGE certification from SGS Vietnam.
Predicted Savings of EDGE Certification
Less Embodied Energy in Materials
Reduced window-to-wall ratio, reflective paint/tiles for the roof, insulation of the roof, a variable refrigerant volume (VRV) cooling system, and energy-saving lighting in sales and external areas.
Efficient flush water closets in all bathrooms and water-efficient urinals and landscaping.
In-situ reinforced concrete for the floor, steel sheets on steel rafters for the roof, honeycomb clay blocks with plaster for internal and external walls, and steel profile cladding for external walls.
*Part of the energy efficiency percentage may be associated with virtual energy for comfort depending on the presence of heating and cooling systems. Note that virtual energy does not contribute savings to utility bills.