Tag: Center for Active Design

Columbia University Earns Highest Fitwel Certification for New Building

Columbia University announced that it has achieved Fitwel certification for 600 W. 125th Street, its new 34-story building to house graduate students and faculty members on the southwest corner of 125th Street and Broadway in New York City. The building earned three stars—Fitwel’s highest standard—in Fitwel Version 2.1 Multifamily rating for its design, construction, and sustainability principles as well as its commitment to resident health and well-being. The […]

More Companies Join the Fitwel Healthy Buildings Mission

Healthy building certification organization Fitwel has announced the latest cohort of companies to join its global community of Champions, Providers, and Partners. Originally created by the CDC and U.S. General Services Administration, the Fitwel certification is used by real estate stakeholders across the globe to ensure their assets are designed and operated to positively impact […]

How Facilities Professionals Can Make Their Buildings Healthy

The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated how important it is to have a healthy work environment. The recent webinar “Healthy Building Strategies: Putting Sustainability and People First,” sponsored by biosafety technology company R-Zero, featured three facilities management professionals who explained what healthy buildings are and what can be done to make buildings more healthy.   Healthy buildings […]

Webinar Watch: Healthy Building Strategies – Putting Sustainability and People First

Learn how to lower costs, improve sustainability and productivity, and raise the bar on occupant satisfaction at Facilities Management Advisor’s FREE webinar that will explore healthy building strategies. Can’t make it to the live event? No worries! All registrants also receive a link to an on-demand recording. Wednesday, November 16, 2022 Webinar | Healthy Building […]