The WELL Building Standard™: Healthy Buildings Through Design and Programming
Original Air Date: January 19, 2017
Presenters: Jessica Cooper, WELL AP, LEED AP; and Liz Miles, WELL AP, LEED Green Associate
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The WELL Building Standard is the first protocol of its kind to focus exclusively on human health and wellness in the built environment. WELL identifies specific conditions, that when holistically integrated into building architecture and design, can enhance the health and well-being of occupants. The event will share emerging innovations and evidence-based research about how we can design buildings specifically to support the health and wellness of the people who live, work and learn in them.
Following this presentation, participants will be able to:
explain the innovation and history behind the WELL Building Standard.
describe the role of all stakeholders, including human resources, in implementing WELL.
reinforce how to instill a healthy culture through the built environment.
bring ideas to facilities managers and CFOs within their organizations.
share project examples that show the application of WELL for both small and large organizations.
About the Presenters
Jessica Rose Cooper, WELL AP, WELL Faculty, LEED AP, is a longtime member of the architecture and design industry. She has experience in project management, design, and construction, as well as in developing and executing educational programs for the green building community. Currently at Delos as Executive Vice President leading the Delos Solutions group, Jessica’s work seeks to improve health and wellness through the spaces in which we live and work, while minimizing the impact on our natural environment.
Liz Miles, WELL AP, LEED Green Associate, is Director at Delos Solutions group, leading project teams in the pursuit of WELL Certification and other integrated wellness solutions. Among the first to be accredited as a WELL AP and serving as the WELL consultant on several of the first WELL projects in the world, Liz brings extensive knowledge and experience in the integration of wellness in the built-environment, and more specifically, expertise in the WELL Building Standard.