In the last several years, we have seen the building conversation change to: “How does a building affect people’s health and productivity?”
Today, building owners, operators, occupants and tenants are all looking for work environments that embrace technology to enable collaborative, healthy and comfortable working experiences. This includes the “wellness of the workplace”.
Construction Dive, “Wellness” reports, buildings are supposed to improve human health and quality of life. Everything from natural light to air and water quality to open office layouts can be considered a part of the movement to make buildings healthier for the people who live and work in them.