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We are leaders in Sustainable infrastructure. 100% of our office developments have been LEED Certified. We have used state of the art, design, the best materials and whenever possible –like Torre Diana–, we have used certified wood. 973,745 sqm of our portfolio under development are LEED certified.
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FUNO’s leadership in Real Estate is due to our unique portfolio, being not only the largest, but also the most diversified, with the best locations in Mexico.

(1) Consumption of 110 “managed assets” please see our definition in page 139.
(2) The consumption of fossil fuels included in this calculation is as follows: 22,272 liters of diesel; 614 liters of gasoline; and 102,421 m3 of natural gas.
(3) The consumption considered for water intensity does not include Corporativo Constitución, because in 2018 it changed to the triple-net-rent model, nor Maine San Luis, industrial park in which we only paid the water service during the months that the property was available. For the consumption and the gross leasable area, we only consider the properties that we operate the full 12 months of the year 2018 and that they presented consumptions throughout the year.

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(4) The breakdown of water consumption by source during the 2016-2018 period is as follows:

  • 2016: 7,727,589 m3 from the municipal water supply and 220,141 m3 in tanker trucks.
  • 2017: 8,124,398 m3 from the municipal water supply; 445,941 m3 in tanker trucks; 2,453,530 m3 from underground wells; and 13,398 m3 in wastewater from another organization which we treat and reuse. This calculation included the operation of 89 properties in which F1401 and the designated administrators are responsible, meaning they do not include consumption for which the tenants are responsible.
  • 2018: 2,079,953 m3 from the municipal water supply; 596,774 m3 in tanker trucks; 3,007,763 m3 from underground wells; y 12,823 m3 in wastewater from another organization which we treat and reuse.

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(4) The breakdown of water consumption by source during the 2016-2018 period is as follows:

  • 2016: 7,727,589 m3 from the municipal water supply and 220,141 m3 in tanker trucks.
  • 2017: 8,124,398 m3 from the municipal water supply; 445,941 m3 in tanker trucks; 2,453,530 m3 from underground wells; and 13,398 m3 in wastewater from another organization which we treat and reuse. This calculation included the operation of 89 properties in which F1401 and the designated administrators are responsible, meaning they do not include consumption for which the tenants are responsible.
  • 2018: 2,079,953 m3 from the municipal water supply; 596,774 m3 in tanker trucks; 3,007,763 m3 from underground wells; y 12,823 m3 in wastewater from another organization which we treat and reuse.

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