1. Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Our clients partner with us to leverage our verified research and industry experts to attract and retain positive, long-term, healthy people; employees, tenants, families and investors.

What is a Healthy Building Standard?

To support the development of healthier building environments, groups have come together to develop a variety of healthy building certifications and standards to assist building owners and managers, such as WELL, Fitwel,  RESET, and others.

Why Get Certified?

These building certifications and standards provide a roadmap to achieving health, wellness, and sustainability goals for various building types. By pursuing these healthy building certifications and other wellness improvements, building owners and operators can grow the momentum of the healthy building movement and demonstrate that their buildings are safer and more comfortable than non-certified buildings.

Whats In Your Air?

Our product welSPACE leverages advanced technologies of AIoT, DX, indoor air ventilation, filtration, disinfection, and digital health. The product innovates the indoor health experience, while its real-time and historical data integrations and visualizations allow you to gain valuable insights into your health & safety conditions ensuring a healthy safe environment at all times.

welSPACE monitors real-time and historical data of AQI (air quality index), ACH (air change rate), and IRI (infection risk index) of any given space. It provides the safest indoor air quality via continuous self-learning, self-control, and self-adaptation, greatly reducing the occurrence of cross-infection of coronavirus, flu, and respiratory illness. Our solution is ideal for ensuring safe and healthy indoor space is the highest priority for your family customers and employees. We serve all of these vertical market segments and our solution can be implemented worldwide.

Healthy buildings and workplaces can help businesses attract and retain top employees.

In the WELL-certified offices, the total employee turnover rate has fallen by almost a third, and the hiring rate for new talent has doubled. 

—Ashley O’Neill,  Vice President of Corporate Strategy and leader of CBRE Canada’s Healthy Workplace Initiative

Green, healthy buildings with a high standard of air quality tend to attract high-value tenants who lock up long-term leases, paying up to 7.7% more in rent.

— The Financial Impact of Healthy Buildings


CogFx  studies from Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, which found that office workers in certified green buildings had higher scores for cognitive function, better environmental perceptions, and fewer health symptoms than those in high-performing, noncertified buildings.