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Architect, DAR
5

great one !

Arquiteta, Atelier Green
4

Good

Structure Tone, LLC
5

excellent

Vice President, JE Dunn Construction
5

Good explanation of process that went into planning this project

3

Interesting alternative system.

Project Manager, HDR, Inc.
3

Can't wait to see how this turns out

Intern, Gensler
3

Interesting content

Project Manager, GSA
Pro Reviewer
5

This is a fantastic course that both provides a great overview of WELL, as well as lots of candid feedback when using the rating system. It is a filmed, live Q&A session. The audio is fantastic, and it sounds like you are there. Unfortunately, even though the slides are shown clearly, much of the video is staring at a dark room.

I very much enjoyed learning about the team's experience designing their building, as well as the audience questions. The audience asks questions covering everything from financial implications, to real estate benefits, to LEED implications. I highly, highly recommend this course to any commercial development team - I think the lessons learned/shared are invaluable.

USACE-Project Manager, U.S. Army
3

Good course

Architect - Associate Partner, Foster + Partners
3

Interesting view of a practical case of Well

Senior Design Manager, AIA, LEED BD+C, Gensler
4

Great!

Senior Associate, Perkins Eastman
5

Great project and Useful insights.

Student, HDR, Inc.
5

Interesting Case Study

5

Awesome

Director of Sustainability, Flintco, LLC
Pro Reviewer
4

This is a solid video of a panel discussion assembled to go through the in's and out's of building to the WELL Building Standard. It gives a good basic overview of the rating system and goes into great detail as to application and integration of the items into a building project. Case studies are always the best ways to truly learn what works and what does not when the rubber meats the road. The entire project team is represented and you will get to hear lessons learned from a multitude of different perspectives.

I would strongly recommend this presentation as viewing for any one looking to become more familiar with WELL especially those considering incorporating WELL into an upcoming capital project or working to promoting WELL to a potential client. Making buildings healthy places to live an work is a notable goal indeed!

Preconstruction Specialist, Ryan Companies US, Inc.
4

A great overview of a project executing the WELL standard.

Facility Asset Strategies
Pro Reviewer
3

This video-format Course began with a WELL Building Standard overview, which was essential for gaining a greater appreciation of the ensuing stakeholder discussion. The panelists explained why the project team decided to pursue a WELL core-and-shell certification for their project, and they also shared their design phase experiences. Although the project wasn't yet complete before Course publication, the panelists provided valuable insights for owners, designers, construction managers and tenants.

There are many good things to discover in this Course. I particularly appreciated the panelists' explanations about why WELL was appropriate for their project, and why LEED was not. Also, I enjoyed the story about the project's site plan review experience because it highlighted the need for further exploration into how to align governmental aims with WELL's intentions to improve occupant health and wellness.

My 3-Star Rating signifies a 'Good' categorization. The content was educational and timely, and the Course could have moved closer to 'Best-in-Class' if the online viewer had not been stuck at the back of a darkened room, from where questions were inaudible, and the panelists were distant figures in silhouette.

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