Real estate services and consultancy firm JLL Philippines recently showcased its WELL pre-certification journey for its head office in Makati, as well as for investors, developers, and occupiers.
WELL building standard is an international rating system that advances health and well-being in buildings globally by measuring how human wellness is integrated in the structure.
In its thought leadership webinar, JLL said the pandemic increased the demand among corporate occupiers for a workplace that ensures their employees’ overall health, security, and productivity.
This has put the pressure on investors and developers to build structures that meet international standards. “More than ever, it is vital to start thinking about buildings as a means for preventive healthcare and as a tool to combat work-related health issues,” said Astee Lim, sustainability manager, energy and sustainability services of JLL Asia Pacific.