LEED NC IEQc3.2 credit The new County Law Building in Indio is the first building in Riverside County to receive LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certification. As part of the certification process, Millie and Severson reached out to Healthy Buildings to perform Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) testing. While pursuing LEED certification, and prior
The steady drumbeat of articles in the media about the impending scarcity and the rising cost of water in the United States (particularly in California) is catching the attention of the commercial real estate community. Indeed, the rise in water and sewer rates has far exceeded the rise in cost of other utilities over the
Healthy Buildings Helps Pioneer IAQ Testing in LEED Version 4 Now with LEED Version 4, your projects can earn two points by testing IAQ after new construction or tenant improvements Healthy Buildings pioneered the initial testing method IEQc 3.2 for measuring the indoor air quality in finished new construction and tenant improvements. We helped to
Healthy Buildings is always eager to share our knowledge and expertise regarding indoor air quality. CEO Simon Turner recently authored an article titled 'The New Mechanics of Productivity: Boost Your Building's IAQ,' published by BUILDINGS website. Click here to view the full article!
Ebola and More - Preparing and Responding to Pandemic Virus Infections A Client Guide from Healthy Buildings October 2014 Ebola was first reported in 1976 and outbreaks limited to a few hundred people have sporadically erupted in Sudan, Zaire (now Congo), Gabon, Uganda and most recently (and to a much greater extent), several countries
Healthy Buildings is proud to announce the successful completion of a LEED v4 IAQ test that resulted in earning the LEED CI project two points for the Indoor Air Quality Assessment credit! As LEED v4 continues to raise the bar on indoor environmental conditions for the health of occupants, Healthy Buildings strives to continue to
The San Diego Green Building Council (SDGBC) will hold its second annual conference, the 'Healthy Buildings and Communities Conference' on September 23rd, 2014. Healthy Buildings International Inc. is proud to participate in this event and also support our own Vice-President Sean McCrady as a panel speaker. Details regarding the event can be found here.
Healthy Buildings would like to give a big ‘thank you!’ to Mark Klein of Collaborative, Leo O’Laughlin and Frank Teng of Jones Lang LaSalle for presenting on JLL’s sustainability and MBCx approach for the 2030 District lunch and learn at 515 S Flower. Way to spark a great collaborative conversation. We love to lunch and learn!
Healthy Buildings is proud to have Genko Ganev as an energy and resources group manager and also as a wonderful example of what it means to be a public servant. Genko has been a supporter of The Children’s Heritage Foundation for years and recently donated his time and efforts to their most recent project, “Lights
“I have a tenant who has reported black particles shooting out of the ducts,” is a common client concern for us at Healthy Buildings. We have investigated hundreds of complaints regarding black particles and the HVAC system. Here is guidance on addressing complaints of black particles from HVAC systems. Black Cladosporium species mold growing in