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Fitwel Best in Building Health Awards Celebrate the Certification’s Highest Achievers, Spurring the Next Phase of the Healthy Building Movement

On March 9, the Center for Active Design (CfAD) announced the 2021 winners of the Fitwel Best in Building Health Awards®, its flagship recognition program that identifies firms enhancing human health via Fitwel®, the world’s leading certification system committed to building health for all. This year’s winners were identified based on Fitwel’s 2020 project data, which captured a year marked by unprecedented challenges due to the global pandemic, met with impressive agility and responsiveness by leaders of the global real estate industry.

QuadReal is proud to be recognized as the building owner with the greatest number of Fitwel registrations. Our ongoing work with the CfAD and Fitwel is an important part of our commitment to creating living and working environments that enhance the lives of the people and communities we serve. Our partnership with Fitwel has developed to encompass certification, education and research, including the joint publication of The Office Guide to Building Health. QuadReal also serves as a member of the Fitwel Advisory Council.

Last year, QuadReal received the Industry Leadership award at the 2020 Best in Building Health Awards. More recently, we partnered with Fitwel to become one of the first companies to certify their health and wellness policies using the Viral Response module.

“As providers of places to live, work, shop and play, QuadReal is focused on creating spaces that promote the health and wellness needs of its tenants and residents. Our commitment to benchmarks such as Fitwel plays a vital part in building stronger communities and aligns us with the goals of our stakeholders,” says Nisha Agrawal, Director, Sustainability at QuadReal.

Learn more about QuadReal’s collaboration with Fitwel by reading our partnership profile and health and wellness fact sheet.

Read the full press release from the Center of Active Design

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