Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. wellness articles below.
A new briefing paper from BRE And IWBI outlines how projects can achieve joint certification of BREEAM and the WELL Building Standard.
The American Society of Interior Designers has made available post-occupancy research for its new WELL and LEED certified headquarters in Washington, DC.
The way we work is changing. Can office design keep pace? Three design leaders from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) share their insights.
The League of American Bicyclists recognizes this maker of bike parking solutions for its own facility amenities and initiatives that promote employee cycling.
This line of tubular daylighting devices is designed to provide enhanced light diffusion into interior spaces without light loss.
A facility’s indoor air quality affects occupant health as well as energy efficiency. Take steps to mitigate negative impacts.
The research project will provide environmental and human data as evidence of biophilic design’s positive impact on the health and wellbeing of office occupants.
These annual awards recognize companies for their actions that deliver on improving workplace wellness, sustainability, and diversity.
Protect the well-being of facility staff and building occupants with green cleaning principles.
The Infinity task light wins Red Dot product award; OfficeIQ honored as a World Changing Idea Finalist by Fast Company.
The Clorox® Total 360™ Electrostatic Sprayer provides superior surface coverage so commercial facilities can do much more, much faster, for much less.
There are strategies for facilities to implement office lighting for circadian health and well-being.
Intentional design of outdoor spaces provides multiple benefits that can effectively support the organization and the people it employs and serves.
Structure Tone’s new office in Manhattan achieves WELL Certification at the Silver Level; marks first WELL Certified Project in New York.
More comfortable, ergonomic flooring material can improve productivity and patient quality of care, reduce absenteeism and workman comp claims, and lead to an overall improvement in quality of life for dedicated healthcare providers.
The two firms will collaborate to discover, evaluate, and improve upon the effects of the built environment on occupant health and well-being.
International WELL Building Institute™ and BRE to pursue alignments between the WELL Building Standard™ and BREEAM that will make it easier for projects pursuing both standards.
Beyond energy efficiency benefits, window film adds a level of safety for facilities as well.
Having achieved precertification toward the WELL Building Standard marks a milestone for the global bank as it hones its focus on workplace wellness.
Nine Campbell Institute member organizations share their successes and challenges in implementing worker wellbeing programs.
In response to the AMA's June 2016 cautioning about In-Ga-N based LEDs used as sources of illumination, Rensselaer's Lighting Research Center addresses the issue.
An abundance of choices provides options for facility managers to meet the practical and aesthetic needs of their organizations.
Specific facility factors are important, and pilot programs can help evaluate green cleaning options.
Delos®, Mayo Clinic collaborate on first ever, human-centered research center dedicated to creating healthier indoor spaces.
A heightened focus on wellness in facilities highlights the impact of the indoor environment on occupants.
A new approach to landscaping suburban office developments that integrates natural areas and provides more open, collaborative spaces can meet the demands of this next generation of office workers.
According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, there is a strong correlation between on-the-job stress levels and overweight workers.
The two biggest challenges identified by these participants are controlling benefit costs while attracting and retaining a competitive workforce.
This free resource is now available to help schools prepare for incoming students and prevent the spread of stomach illnesses.