A global program designed to safeguard building users’ health has led an Erdman Anthony employee to earn another credential – and the firm to expand its services.
Launched in 2014 by the International WELL Building Institute, the WELL Building Standard is the first science-based rating system to focus exclusively on buildings’ impacts on human health and wellness. The program aims to complement the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) rating system, which focuses on facilities’ sustainability.
Erdman Anthony has several LEED-credentialed engineers, including Rachel Stuckey, PE, LEED AP, BEMP, CEA, EBCP, a senior associate at the firm’s Rochester office. Ms. Stuckey recently passed the exam to become a WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP), meaning that she is now prepared to advocate for human-centric design, help clients set goals that benefit building users’ health, and provide guidance to clients seeking WELL certifications for their facilities.
Erdman Anthony’s commitment to healthy design stems from SustainabiliTEAM™, the firm’s approach to sustainable design and building operation that combines the efforts of engineers, energy analysts, and commissioning professionals.
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