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At IWBI we believe that buildings should be developed with people's health and wellness at the center of design.
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IWBI Aug 17
Learning how to balance a hectic work-life schedule requires effort and ongoing practice. Check out our most recent article on why it's important to begin working on stress management strategies as a student:
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IWBI Aug 17
Join us on Wednesday, Aug. 22 to learn about the WELL addenda process and the technical changes included in the Q3 2018 addenda release. Register now:
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Introducing Paul Scialla, winner of the 2018 ASID Design for Innovation Award. After spending 18 years on Wall Street, Paul's interest in altruistic capitalism and sustainability led him to establish . Get to know him in this short video -
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IWBI Aug 16
We had a great time at the briefing tonight led by our Chief Commerical Officier, Jess Cooper, at Atlanta. Thank you to everyone who came out and for sponsoring!
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IWBI Aug 16
Burnout can have a major impact on your ability to be productive and your overall mental and physical health. Read our latest article by our Mind Concept lead on what strategies individuals and organizations can take in order to prevent burnout:
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IWBI Aug 15
In a survey of 1,000 full-time employees in the U.S.,"77% had experienced burnout at their current jobs, and more than half said they’d felt it more than once." Learn how companies can prevent burnout with these 3 key interventions:
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IWBI Aug 14
Supporting employees' health and well-being demonstrates that employers value their employees which helps the success of the company. Read more on creating a culture that supports employees' mental health: . Which benefit would you prefer?
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IWBI Aug 10
How does beauty contribute to human health? When objects or spaces are designed with intention, they radiate beauty not only aesthetically, but also in the positive experience they evoke. Read our latest article about the power of beauty in design:
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IWBI Aug 9
Join us for this month's WELL AP meet-up on Wednesday, Aug. 15 for an interactive journey through the digital version of the standard and project management platform. Register here:
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IWBI Aug 9
Did you know that 67% of U.S. building owners are interested in creating healthier buildings for people? Learn how real estate leaders worldwide are increasingly seeking to create environments that support healthy lifestyles:
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IWBI Aug 8
Our obligation to veterans should not end when they take off their uniform. IWBI is proud to announce that the exam is now available for reimbursement by the . Learn more about the reimbursement program here:
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IWBI Aug 8
"Those who invest in active transportation infrastructure are going to be more competitive and the local economy will surely benefit." Ed McMahon explains how active transportation can boost your business's bottom-line:
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IWBI Aug 7
What is the business case for healthy buildings? Explore recent research on the impact of health-promoting design and key insights from early adopters of WELL Certification:
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IWBI Aug 3
Did you know that your project may be eligible to receive extra points towards Certification? The Innovation concept allows projects to develop unique strategies for creating healthy environments.
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IWBI Aug 2
Having spaces and policies to support breastfeeding helps empower women to control their bodies and their careers. The Community concept includes feature C09 New Mother Support, which provides designated spaces for new mothers.
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IWBI Aug 1
The Mind concept continues to improve and support the cognitive and emotional health and well-being of those with mental health conditions through policy, program and design strategies with feature M03 Mental Health Support.
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IWBI Jul 31
SVP of Market Solutions at IWBI, Jaclyn Whitaker, spoke at today. Check out this Q&A with Jaclyn, a licensed architect herself to learn her top tips for starting a career in the healthy building industry.
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IWBI Jul 31
The Materials concept feature X13 - Enhanced Material Precaution - restricts the use of hazardous building materials to better protect the health and well-being of humans in the spaces where they live, work, learn and grow.
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IWBI Jul 30
Excess noise isn't only distracting. Did you know that it's been linked to human health issues? The Sound concept feature SO4 Sound Absorption, focuses on designing spaces that prevent unwanted noise and improve acoustical comfort.
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IWBI Jul 29
Keeping your work or living space at a comfortable temperature can make a difference. The Thermal Comfort concept feature T04 Individual Thermal Comfort, helps regulate building temperature through improved HVAC system design.
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