When DHL made the decision to improve their global package delivery capabilities at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) hub, they needed an advanced solution that would integrate with their current systems and comply with TSA regulations.

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Building five is a two-story, 180,000-square-foot sorting facility for moving large, non-conveyable shipments around the world. The multi-purpose layout houses sorting stations with forklift lanes on the first floor, automated handling equipment on the second floor mezzanine, and a command center for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection in the northwest corner of the building.

Adhering to high-security TSA building design regulations, BHDP worked with DHL's process engineers to optimize building five's operations and integrate them with the existing sort processes in building two. Currently pursuing LEED certification, building five leverages natural light and sustainable building systems to use energy 20 percent more efficiently than similar structures.