The National Institute of Building Sciences Consultative Council recommends three components of healthy buildings to President Biden and policymakers.
The Resort at Pelican Hill is the first hotel in the world to earn the UL Verified Healthy Buildings Mark for Indoor Air and Hygiene.
Healthy buildings are inherently sustainable, but their green benefits go beyond the power grid to offer wellness to those who live and work within their walls.
Before the pandemic, access privileges were determined and managed based on security. Now, occupant health considerations are part of the access control equation.
Employees and other occupants are expressing pointed concerns about how building systems are helping to ensure indoor air quality.
Buildings that have achieved performance in five critical areas of assessment — air, water, hygiene, light, and acoustics — can earn the UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for Indoor Environment.
Amidst this widespread trend, Powering Chicago, a partnership between IBEW Local 134 and NECA, is seeing high interest in contactless options throughout buildings.
Move forward with confidence by implementing a 360° approach to facilities health and safety.