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How do you measure a WELL building? Our Preliminary Audit

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We’ve completed our preliminary audit on the way to full WELL (@WELLCertified) certification.

The WELL Building Standard® is an evidence-based system for measuring, certifying and monitoring the performance of building features that impact health and well-being.

The audit includes testing of air, sound, light, and water, performed by an objective third party, in this case Delos (@DelosLiving). As most things I have encountered as a physician in the total health space, I learned that there is much more in our environments that can be measured and managed that we are taught about in medical school.

Fortunately though, there are fellow professionals in health, who are working along side us to make all of our work more impactful. You can see from the photos that the work involves applied science and the judgement to understand what is the best environment for the task. Many of the improvements to be made are not costly, all that’s needed is to know what’s needed.

The Preliminary Audit is a stage in the process to full WELL Building Certification. The Center for Total Health is the perfect place, on many levels, to go through the process, with many experts here to help us!

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Left to Right: Brendan O’Grady, WELL AP, Delos; Madeline Evans, WELL AP, LEED Green Associate, Delos; Kathy Gerwig, vice president of Employee Safety, Health and Wellness, and Environmental Stewardship Officer at Kaiser Permanente, and Carol Corr, AIA, LEED GA, EDAC, design program manager, National Planning and Design, National Facilities Services, Kaiser Permanente

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