Toyota Distribution Center

Industrial + Manufacturing / Corporate

The Port of Long Beach, CA

Lundstrom & Associates Architects (L&A) is providing planning & design through construction phase services for this project. The 166,500 S.F. facility includes three structures dedicated to processing imports at the Port of Long Beach. The structures will house Toyota’s administrative areas, as well as the Vehicle Distribution Center.

The 120-plus acre site will also include a fuel cell that will deliver all of the building’s electrical requirements from renewable sources. The fuel cell will also create hydrogen to power both Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell car and short-haul tractor trailer. It will be the world’s first megawatt-scale carbonate fuel cell power generation plant with a hydrogen fueling station.

The project is aiming to achieve a high level of LEED certification.

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