We know that looking for logistics space can be a challenge in these days of high demand and historically low vacancy rates. So why not be ahead of what’s next with Prologis?

We invite you to take a tour of Prologis Park Budapest-Harbor, where Rita Lippai, project manager for Prologis in Hungary, presents our latest development in the Hungarian park: the first BIM (Building Information Modelling)-designed logistics facility in the Prologis CEE portfolio. Building 12, totaling 10,600 square meters, will be available from March 1, 2019.

If you have any questions like, what does BIM involve? what are the benefits of using this platform? Then check out this video. You can even see a beam being installed!

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