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WELL Certification: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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Should we become WELL certified?"

This is a question sustainability managers will soon need to be able to answer, especially as the WELL Building Standard is meant to fill gaps in the current LEED certifications. There are a lot of questions surrounding this performance based rating system, and the evening will bringing together some answers.

This informative panel discussion on the WELL Building Standard hosted by the IFMA Boston Sustainability Committee, in partnership with other local associations. The panel will take a hard look at the pros and cons of WELL, share real-world examples, discuss post-implementation results and lessons learned.
Starting with networking drinks at 5:30pm, a facilitated conversation will follow on this standard that takes a holistic approach to healthy indoor environmental design, and the impact to human wellness in the built environment.

Zoe Reich Margarites, vice president, Delos Solutions
Steve Kooy, global sustainability manager, Haworth
Ben Myers, sustainability manager, Boston Properties
William Plunkett, senior associate in advisory & transaction services, CBRE

For those who qualify, 2 LUs are available

This event is co-hosted by the Committee on the Environment (COTE), USGBC, and BOMA.

Click "Register" to attend.