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IWBI Membership Continues to Grow

Submitted by: International WELL Building Institute

Categories: Health & Wellness, Corporate Social Responsibility

Posted: Sep 13, 2019 – 09:58 AM EST

 

NEW YORK CITY, Sep. 13 /CSRwire/ - The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) continues to grow its recently launched membership program for leaders who want to accelerate the adoption of a worldwide culture of health and well-being, adding a number of global leaders to its already impressive roster. The program is designed to be a platform for collaboration that allows for deeper engagement and broader reach for companies excited by the evidence that shows how the places and spaces we occupy every day can help people thrive.

“IWBI membership provides an opportunity for organizations to align with the WELL movement and join a community of leaders committed to advancing health and well-being across the globe,” said IWBI Chairman and CEO Rick Fedrizzi. “This diverse member network brings together product manufacturers, scientific institutes, real estate developers and others across multiple industries to advance a single mission - building a healthier future for everyone.”

There are two tiers of membership and a third designation for companies already enrolled in the WELL Portfolio program. This allows companies to select the best fit for their organizational goals. Member benefits include discounts on the WELL Certification process and WELL AP credentialing program, specialized opportunities to publicize accomplishments, and more touchpoints with IWBI leadership and across the broader community through members-only year-round events and enhanced digital engagement. The program creates pathways for WELL advocates and champions to stay connected, share best practices, explore new shared initiatives, and receive greater recognition for these efforts.

The continued growth of IWBI membership parallels WELL’s rapid uptake across the globe as the tool of choice for leaders who value the verified performance of design and operations when the health and well-being of people is at stake. To date, over 3,779 projects with more than 440 million square feet of registered space are participating in WELL in 58 countries. Much of WELL’s success is driven by a global network of WELL APs, with nearly 9,000 people either credentialed or are in the process, that helps provide expertise and guidance to project teams across the world.

New members since 9/10/19

AIR AURORA AIR PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY(SHANGHAI)CO.,LTD.

AM RED

Ambius

Armstrong Flooring, Inc.

ArthaLand Corporation

ASSA ABLOY

Beijing DIHE Construction Engineering Design Co.,Ltd.

Better Home

C.Y. LEE & PARTNERS  Architects / Planners

China Academy of Building Research Shanghai Branch

Contract Workplaces

Das Daring Energy Technology Co., Ltd

DGMR Bouw BV

Earth Friendly Products

EASTLINKS SHANGHAI ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD (LELANTUS)

EBA Investments

Enel

HB Reavis

HUNDRED GROUP CO., LTD.

HVAC Services Pte. Ltd.

I.DEA Ecological Solutions

iDA Workplace + Strategy

Mecho

PRILIKA

Rockfon

SOCOTEC Immobilier Durable

Shenzhen Nottingham Sustainable Development Institute Ltd.

Tellmach (Beijing) Engineering Consulting Co.,LTD

The Green Engineer

These members join IWBI’s existing membership community, including:

A SustainAble Production (ASAP)

Aircuity Inc.

Arup

Athie Wohnrath

Atkins

BCCI Construction Company

BEE Incorporations

Beijing Tenhong Real Estate Development Co., Ltd

CBRE Group

China Jinmao Green Building Co. Ltd

CHINA OVERSEAS OFFICE CAPITAL中海商务

China Railway Construction Real Estate Group Co., Ltd

China Resources (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd

COOKFOX Architects, DPC

Corgan

CRECC

Cushman & Wakefield

D Squared Consulting Pty Ltd

DEERNS

Ecoworks Studio

EDGE Technologies

Enriching Spaces

Environmental Market Solutions, Inc.

GB Tech Consulting Ltd.

GuocoLand (China) Limited

Hines

HKS, Inc.

HOK

JLL

Kaiterra

Knight Frank (India) Pvt. Ltd.

KRIEA C.I (Korea Research Institute of Eco-Environmental Architecture)

LANDLEAF

Legrand

Lendlease Corporation

M Moser Associates

Material Circle

Merriman Anderson/Architects, Inc.

Mi2

Milliken

Minmetals Land

Mohawk Industries

Overbury

Poly Development Holding Group Co., Ltd.

PRILIKA

RDG Planning and Design

Research Center for Healthy Cities, Institute for China Sustainable Urbanization, Tsinghua University

Robarts Spaces

Ronald Lu & Partners

SaShuang Intelligent Technology (shanghai) Co., Ltd

Shanghai Research Institute of Building Sciences (SRIBS)

SHENZHEN CENTRALCON GROUP CO., LTD.

Shenzhen Institute of Building Research Co., Ltd.

Shenzhen Junye Building Technology Co., Ltd.

Shenzhen Lemajorservice Technology Co., Ltd

SHIMIZU CORPORATION

Sino-Ocean Group Holding Limited

Skanska

Stantec

Steve Leung Designers Limited

Steven Winter Associates Inc

Structure Tone Organization

Sweden Green Building Council

Taiwan Architecture & Building Center

Tatami

Teknion

Tetra Tech High Performance Buildings Group

The Spinnaker Group

Well Living Lab (China)

Well Living Lab (US)

YAMA Desarrolladora Inmobiliaria

“We look forward to growing this movement and welcome every organization to join us in putting our buildings and communities to work as partners in improving the health and well-being of people everywhere,” Fedrizzi said.

About the International WELL Building Institute

The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) is leading the global movement to transform our buildings and communities in ways that help people thrive. The WELL v2 pilot is a recently launched version of its popular WELL Building Standard, and the WELL Community Standard pilot, a district scale rating system that sets a new global benchmark for healthy communities. WELL is focused exclusively on the ways that buildings and communities, and everything in them, can improve our comfort, drive better choices, and generally enhance, not compromise, our health and wellness. IWBI convenes and mobilizes the wellness community through management of the WELL AP credential, the pursuit of applicable research, the development of educational resources, and advocacy for policies that promote health and wellness everywhere. More information about membership can be found here.

International WELL Building Institute, IWBI, the WELL Building Standard, WELL v2, WELL Certified, WELL AP, WELL and others, and their related logos are trademarks or certification marks of International WELL Building Institute pbc in the United States and other countries.

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