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Share your opinion on the impact of building design on health

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USGBC and McGraw Hill Construction are working together on a new study looking at the impact of buildings on the health of their occupants, and we encourage you to participate. Based on survey responses from building owners, architects and contractors, the survey will demonstrate industry awareness and consideration of health issues during project design and construction, the benefits experienced by taking health factors into account, the drivers and obstacles to greater consideration of health factors by the industry and the top categories of practices and products employed to improve the impact of buildings on health.  

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The results of the survey will be used to produce a Health Impacts of Buildings SmartMarket Report (SMR), which will be widely distributed to the global design and construction community. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete, and participation is only possible through April 25thYour responses will be completely confidential and used for this survey only. All responses will be analyzed in aggregate, and no individual responses will be referenced or used in any way. In appreciation for your time, those completing the survey will have the option to receive this exciting new report directly sent to you.

Thank you for sharing your insights.

 

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LEED & Environmental Processes Manager, ManCo Ltda
Unfortunately work areas do not include environmental advisory...so couldn't participate!

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