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Adopting The WELL Building Standard - The Opportunities & Benefits

David Collins, Associate Sustainability Consultant, will provide an engaging and informative overview of the WELL Building Standard. David will focus on the benefits providing healthy built environments can have on building occupants and how the Standard can be implemented in to workplace designs within Singapore.
 
Following an introduction to the WELL Building Standard, David will present a case study on Cundall's own office space in London, which was the first WELL Certified project in Europe. The case studies will focus on the keys things we learnt through the process, the costs to implement the WELL requirements and the key benefits we are seeing to our staff. The case study will also present some results on our post-occupancy surveys and monitored results.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

 
 
David Collins is an Associate Sustainability Consultant with Cundall, international multi-disciplinary engineers. David utilises over 10 years of sustainability and engineering experience to provide practical, cost effective and long lasting sustainable design solutions to the built environment. 
Speakers (s):
David Collins - Associate, Cundall Singapore Pte Ltd
Date:
Wed, July 05, 2017
Time:
07:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Venue:
Azalea 2 & 3 Rooms, Shangri-La Hotel, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
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Speaker (s):
David Collins - Associate, Cundall Singapore Pte Ltd
Date:
Wed, July 05, 2017
Time:
07:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Venue:
Azalea 2 & 3 Rooms,
Shangri-La Hotel,
22 Orange Grove Road,
Singapore 258350

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