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Nike European Logistics Campus: a beacon of sustainable excellence

Located near the city of Antwerp, Belgium, the Nike European Logistics Campus stands as a shining example of sustainable innovation. This expansive project integrates industrial spaces, offices, retail outlets, and recreational areas. Notably, the campus boasts a remarkable range of eco-friendly roofing solutions, such as solar and green roofs.

Designed by the renowned Jaspers-Eyers Architects, the concept for the Nike European Logistics Campus is to set a new standard for sustainable construction and operational excellence.

Project ID

Ham/Laakdal, Belgium


Green roof and solar roof

Project type

New Build 

Building type

Industrial building

Roof surface

120,000  m²

Product used

Elevate UltraPly TPO 1.5 mm

DensDeck Prime 5/8” (15.8 mm)

System used

Fully adhered

It unfolds as two distinct sections: the Wings and Court campuses, each spanning an area of around 60,000 square meters. The Wings campus, completed in 2016, serves as a hub for seamless operations, while the first phase of Court was finalized in 2019. Together, these sections form the backbone of Nike's cutting-edge distribution center, facilitating efficient logistics management and streamlining operations to meet the ever-increasing demands of the global market.

Central to the allure of the Logistics Campus is its meticulously designed roofing system, which had to meet a diverse range of demanding requirements. The chosen roofing membrane, Elevate’s UltraPly TPO, was chosen for its durability and versatility, providing excellent weather resistance and optimal energy management. Also, in adherence to stringent FM (Factory Mutual) requirements, a specific DensDeck Prime 5/8" (15.8 mm) cover board acts as a fire barrier beneath the roof waterproofing, seamlessly integrating with the solar panel infrastructure. This comprehensive approach not only ensures safety but also contributes to sustainable energy generation, underscoring Nike's commitment to reducing its environmental footprint.

As an ever-evolving project, the Nike European Logistics Campus remains at the forefront of innovation. With ongoing construction of High Bay 2 and 3 of the Court building, the campus demonstrates its commitment to adapt to emerging demands and technological advancements. These cutting-edge warehouses, boasting towering heights of 45 meters and covering an extensive floor area of 20,000 square meters, represent the future of automated storage and further exemplify Nike's dedication to sustainable development.