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Green design used to just be about the buildings. Today, It’s about the people who work inside them, too. The WELL Building Standard program explores how design, operations, and behaviors can be optimized to advance human health and well-being.

A compliment to LEED, WELL includes more than 100 conditions and optimizations for:

  • Air filtration and filtration maintenance
  • Asbestos abatement
  • Limits on inorganic contaminants present in drinking water
  • Optimal ambient illumination and task lighting
  • Workplace incentives that promote physical activity
  • Adjustable workstation desk and seat heights
  • Your clients are making the connection between staff wellness and productivity – and so must you to meet and go beyond their expectations.

Join Madeleine Evans and David Cordel to explore the business benefits of being WELL-certified and learn more about WELL’s:

  • Design strategies
  • User experiences
  • Applied research efforts
  • Early adopters’ tips for design and construction

Who should attend?

This online class will benefit mechanical, electrical, plumbing, lighting, and HVAC engineers who would like to learn more about WELL, as well as human resources leaders and other firm executives who want to encourage WELL-type standards to create healthier workplaces.

About the presenters:

  • Madeleine Evans, WELL AP, LEED GA, is a Senior Associate with the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), collaborates with architects, engineers and building owners to develop design and policy strategies for WELL Certified projects.

David Cordell, ASID, NCIDQ, LEED AP, WELL AP, FITWEL Ambassador, is an Associate Principal in the DC office of Perkins+Will. He has recently led multi-discipline teams in designing his own firm’s offices to the WELL standard.

This on-demand online class lasts 60 minutes and is worth 1.0 PDH (Professional Development Hour).

Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


Price (Member)


Price (Non-Member)


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