The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has recognised outstanding leaders in advancing health and wellness in buildings, communities and organisations across the globe.
In response to the increased awareness and focus on our buildings, communities and organisations, many members of the IWBI community have gone above and beyond, doubling down on efforts to provide actionable and evidence-based solutions to support and enhance public health. The following leaders from Europe have been recognised in the IWBI 2020 community awards:
- Hannah Scott, Consultant, CBRE, Netherlands
- Patricia Fuertes Doyaguez, Wellbeing Strategy Manager, CBRE, Spain
- Peter Buurman, Director of Sustainability, Deerns, Netherlands
- Daniele Guglielmino, Director, Italy
- Gwenael Jan, Asocie Fondateur, G.ON, France
- Joseph Marfi, Regional Sustainability Manager, Turner Construction, Hungary/USA
- Kavita Kumari, Associate, Cundall, UK
- Marija Golubovic, Principal and CEO, Energo Group, Italy/Serbia
- Olga Turner, Managing Director and Co-Founder, Ekkist, UK
- Patrizia Laplana, Director, CBRE, Spain
- Sue Clark, Project Leader, Sustainability, Tengbom Architects, Sweden
- Tim Beuker, Indoor Climate Specialist, BBA, Netherlands
- Arthur van Kooij, VP, Head of Project Management Northern Europoe, Prologis, Netherlands
Read more and see the full list of IWBI 2020 community award winners here.
IWBI has also announced a collaboration with Sport and Sustainability International (SandSI) to intensify the global sports industry’s health and safety response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Numerous sports organizations and venues have already adopted the WELL Health-Safety Rating to optimize their efforts to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus and help protect players, employees, attendees and local communities including Yankee Stadium, AT&T Stadium, BB&T Center, Cleveland Clinic Courts and Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, Spectrum Center, Webster Bank Arena, AT&T Center, Scotiabank Arena and MLSE Launchpad, Prudential Center, Wells Fargo Center, Amalie Arena, Golden 1 Center, Bankers Life Fieldhouse and St. Vincent Center and others.
Read more about IWBI and SandSI’s work here.
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