The WELL Building Standard is a certification scheme developed by Delos and the International WELL Building Institute™ to highlight the benefits of integrating occupant health and wellbeing in the design, construction and operation of our buildings. The Standard is organised into seven main ‘concepts’; Air, Water, Nourishment, Light, Fitness, Comfort and Mind. All are applicable to three general building project typologies; new & existing buildings, new & existing interiors and core & shell compliance.Learn More
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Ann Marie Aguilar of the International WELL Building Institute discusses the importance of health and wellbeing considerations in the built environment as part of our WELL Faculty event.
Lindsey Malcolm of XCO2 discusses the role of simulation in relation to the WELL Building Standard as part of our WELL Faculty event, which took place as part of World Green Building Week 2016.
Mark Knipfer, Vice President of the IES South Atlantic Division has an extensive understanding of the WELL Standard. Amongst the first of his peers to achieve WELL Accredited Professional status, Mark has joined an exclusive group with demonstrated expertise in this exciting and growing field.
Mark adds this credential to an impressive resume, having been a LEED Accredited Professional since 2004 and served as a contracted LEED reviewer starting in 2008. Mark has also served on the USGBC’s Indoor Environmental Quality TAG and the IAQP Working Group and has participated in the WELL AP exam development as well as research and development on the Air- and IEQ-related LEED-WELL crosswalk, released in April 2017.
Mark is now fielding more and more questions on WELL, from general questions of perception and value to ad hoc consulting on individual pre-conditions or optimizations to full service consulting.
Contact us today to find out more about how Mark and the rest of our global consulting team can assist in embedding good practice Health and Wellbeing concepts into your projects.
XCO2 Energy Ltd explored how using IESVE on two different Indoor Environmental Performance projects could potentially meet the requirements for compliance with the WELL Standard.
IES Consulting provided daylight modelling services for WELL Building Standard Credit 54 on this newly proposed office block.
IES Consulting performed the comfort assessment for WELL Building Standard Credit 76 on this reonvated 40,000m2 office development.
The SCENEO project is the first building in Continental Europe to achieve a WELL Building Standard Certification at Gold level. IES Consulting provided daylight and thermal comfort analysis services toward the WELL Building Standard.
Our 'Can Productivity be modelled' article presents findings of some recent research on being able to quantify and model productivity.
In this article we explore key reasons why industry is looking fast at the Health & Wellbeing movement.
This article looks at the growing interest in "healthy" buildings and the potential to align WELL Certification to Green Building objectives.
View presentations from our Health & Wellbeing Faculty event.
Contact us to find out how we can assist you in enabling and embedding good practice health & wellbeing concepts in your projects and buildings.Send an enquiry