Aspiring to new heights


Logistics Property Company strives to attain the highest level of internal practices to govern, make effective decisions, comply with the law, and meet/exceed the needs of our internal/external stakeholders.


    • Major Decisions/Approvals – incorporate Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) into investment decisions
    • Bribery and Corruption – held to the highest ethical standards (AML/KYC)
    • Reporting – maintain transparency and disclose factors and related metrics that are meaningful to our stakeholders

Our Metrics

Award-Winning WHSE


Logistics Property Company was awarded first place in the client category at Sevan’s Annual Safety Excellence Award Dinner which recognizes Sevan’s clients, contractors and team members who exemplify world-class safety performance.

We fully appreciate the key to our continued success is based on the five Rs:

ESG Policy

Logistics Property Company aims to embed ESG into our values and business strategy and cascades across our national portfolio. Logistics Property Company will continuously strive to embrace evolving stakeholder expectations and implement best practices. For further details visit:  ESG Policy


Sustainable Development

Logistics Property Company has integrated company-wide environmental, social and governance standards are in-place to implement our commitment to deliver sustainable modern logistics buildings.

The sustainable development guidelines provide strategies that are deployed for developments across the portfolio, including site selection criteria, site design and construction requirements, and material selection preferences. For further details visit: Sustainable Development Guidelines


Environmental Management System (EMS)

The Environmental Management System (EMS) is a set of policies or practices that will enable Logistics Property Company to reduce its overall environmental impacts whilst increasing its operating efficiency. The EMS developed is a tailored approach to our specific goals and is aligned with ISO 14001 requirements.  For further details visit: Environmental Management System


Vendor Code of Conduct

Logistics Property Company recognizes the importance of positively contributing to the social, economic, and environmental wellbeing of the business communities that we are part of. Logistics Property Company believes mutual commitments to operate in accordance with the business community expectations of businesses conduct create a more sustainable value for all our stakeholders. Logistics Property Company will work collaboratively with our Vendors to foster a relationship that aligns with the standards in this Code and the interests of our stakeholders. For further details visit: Vendor Code of Conduct


Facilitating opportunities for our people and our partners to break through the proverbial glass

As a fourth-generation owner of Pattillo Construction Corporation, Bree Pattillo possesses all the core strengths of the family leadership that came before her and an enduring passion for the business. Under her guidance, the company enjoys an exceptionally strong management team with a combined 17 decades of construction experience.

The commercial real estate industry is lacking diversity.

The benefits of diversity start with a variety of perspectives, so including people who come from different backgrounds, and adding that input into our thinking, is critical for us.

With the right people, programs and protocols in place, Logistics Property Company aspires to be a leader in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), as well as an employer, developer, partner and corporate citizen of choice.

Logistics Property Company conducts business with exceptional talent representing a rich tapestry of diverse backgrounds. It is expanding its inclusion of Minority (Women) Business Enterprise (M/WBE) and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) contractors and sub-contractors.

Not only are we partnering with Pattillo Construction Corporation (Pattillo) on Logistics Property Company’s Oakwood 985 Business Park, Oakwood, GA, we also featured Bree Pattillo, CEO and fourth-generation owner of Pattillo, during a recent companywide Logistics Property Company’s Leadership Lessons webinar.

Protecting the health and safety of our people, regardless of productivity

” Protecting the health and safety of our people, both onsite and offsite, is our highest priority.”  — JIM MARTELL, Chief Executive Officer, Logistics Property Company

Ensuring the health and safety of both onsite and offsite teams, while continuing to provide an essential service during a global pandemic.

To coordinate our strategic crisis communications and preparedness for post-COVID-19, Logistics Property Company formed a Post-Pandemic Recovery Task Force as a sub-committee of the Logistics Property Company Risk Committee.

The aim of this sub-committee is threefold:

  1. Immediate: Understand Federal, State, County and City positions across the jurisdictions in which Logistics Property Company operates
  2. Medium-term: Conduct a SWOT Analysis to determine individual employee circumstances and Logistics Property Company’s office requirements moving forward; and
  3. Long-term: Update the Logistics Property Company Business Continuity Plan (BCP) to mitigate risks for onsite and offsite teams.

Amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, Logistics Property Company’s on-site construction teams continued to function while using appropriate social distancing and PPE.

Logistics Property Company’s off-site productivity did not drop because of working remotely due to COVID-19 either. On the contrary, productivity increased to the extent that after hours/weekend calls and work requirements were more easily met.