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    Are your Buildings WELL?

    In this webinar we will give you an overview of the WELL Building Standard, and dive deeper into the credits that apply to lighting.
    Are your Buildings WELL?

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    While you may view the webinar you also will have an opportunity to appear for a short quiz and obtain the certificate if you successfully pass the quiz.

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    Presented by

    Meg Smith

    Meg Smith, LC, LEED AP, WELL AP

    PRNA Lighting Solutions and Services
    Senior Project Manager, Applications Solutions, Signify

    Gayathri Unnikrishnan
    Gayathri Unnikrishnan, WELL Faculty, LEED AP BD+C 
    Director, Standard Development, Concept Lead- Light at International WELL Building Institute
    Jake wayne

    Jake Wayne PE LEED AP

    Associate | Lighting

    Head of the lighting group Arup Boston

    Key topics and learnings

    The WELL Building Standard® provides illumination guidelines that are aimed to minimize disruption to the body’s circadian system, enhance productivity, support good sleep quality and provide appropriate visual acuity where needed.


    We will discuss considerations and impacts to the design process, how to approach obstacles and communicating the direction and value.

    Reference some design considerations based on experience in designing for WELL in Arup's Boston office and will touch upon the direct design decisions and the impacts on the technology.


    How can you implement a strategy to deliver energy savings non visual lighting requirements and luminous comfort and what are the challenges for equipment/technology and how the is impacting manufacturing?


    The learning objectives are

    • Identify the lighting preconditions for the WELL Building Standard
    • Be able to implement a strategy to deliver energy savings non-visual lighting requirements and  luminous comfort
    • Be able to describe the advantages and disadvantages of daylight  vs combined daylight and electric light (flicker, daylight, circadian)


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