Healthy Buildings Continues National Expansion!

Healthy Buildings continues national expansion!

Did you know that Healthy Buildings has offices across the United States? In the last two years, Healthy Buildings has opened two additional offices in the metro areas of San Francisco and Dallas. We are a national company that now has six strategically placed offices in key locations to support our clients. These offices are in the metro areas of Washington, D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and Dallas.

Healthy Buildings has opened up our sixth office in the United States. Our newest office (located in Dallas, Texas) is opening so that Healthy Buildings can “better support our clients’ national building portfolios and provide prompt and thorough on-site support, no matter where their building is located” said CEO Richard Silberman.

The Dallas office will be supporting our clients’ buildings in all of the major Texas metro areas, as well as the southern Midwest U.S. in general. Experienced and dedicated staff have relocated from other Healthy Buildings offices around the nation to guarantee experienced professionals are on hand to offer our full range of indoor air quality, energy, water and LEED services.

Our Washington, D.C. metro area corporate headquarters is also relocating to a new, LEED Certified space to support our CDC Elite certified laboratory’s growth. The relocation to 3251 Old Lee Highway, Suite 100, Fairfax, VA 22030 will become official on 4/4/16. The new office will now encompass 7,239 square feet of LEED certified space. The Healthy Buildings state-of-the-art laboratory will expand to over 1,000 square feet and is expected to reach its goal of becoming an ISO 17025 certified laboratory by the end of 2017.

Find out more information about our world class laboratory’s capabilities or contact us to arrange indoor environmental testing.

By | 2019-04-05T13:02:11+00:00 March 30th, 2016|Blog, News & Announcements|Comments Off on Healthy Buildings Continues National Expansion!

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