WELL v2 is a global performance-based building standard and was piloted in 2018, launched in 2020 and built based on the foundation of WELL v1. For WELL v2 projects, those performance tests for various air quality, water quality, lighting and acoustic parameters can be carried out by a WELL Performance Testing Organization that employs Green Building Certification Institute GBCI-trained WELL Performance Testing Agents.
Intertek Hong Kong is one of the world’s first companies to be approved as a WELL Performance Testing Organization through the International Well Building Institute (IWBI) and Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). We are authorized to provide independent, third-party verification for building projects pursuing WELL certification.
Intertek Hong Kong can provide the following services for owners, consultants, and all kinds of building material suppliers:
• Field performance testing consulting and pre-testing for WELL building certification
• Testing for building materials
• Performance verification for WELL building certification on behalf of GBCI
Our team provides WELL Performance Testing services, supported by a multidisciplinary team of WELL Accredited Professions (WELL APs) and WELL Performance Testing Agents who will quickly and accurately assess projects, work with GBCI reviewers, and help your projects to achieve WELL v2 Certification. The scope includes but is not limited to the below areas.
• Volatile Organic Compounds (V0Cs)
• Particulate Matter (PM)
• Turbidity and Coliforms
• Visual Lighting
• Circadian Lighting
• Predicted Mean Vote (PMV)
• Predicted Percentage Dissatisfied (PPD)
• Radiant Temperature and Humidity
• Background Noise
• Reverberation Time
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Owner: Champion REIT
Type: Office Building
Three Garden Road, one of the landmark properties owned by Champion Real Estate Investment Trust, has received WELL Core Certification at Platinum level under the WELL Building Standard by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), making it the first existing building in Hong Kong to score at the highest level of WELL certification.
Three Garden Road has fulfilled the WELL Platinum standard, including air, water, light, nourishment, movement, thermal comfort, sound, materials, mind, and community. This recognition is a testament to Champion REIT’s commitment in enhancing people’s health and environmental preservation in our properties.
Our client Champion REIT is the first to achieve WELL Platinum rating among existing buildings in Hong Kong. While new buildings can be tailored in accordance with existing WELL guidance, it is more challenging for buildings in use to obtain the certifications as enhancement works are needed to meet WELL requirements. Three Garden Road sets an example for many existing buildings in Hong Kong that WELL is achievable for all buildings. By achieving WELL Core Certification for the project, Champion REIT demonstrates its commitment to advance health and well-being for its own employees, and all the people who work for and do business with the tenants inside the project.
Type: Office Area
Lee Garden Two is located at Causeway Bay ‘s premium location. In addition to the popular high-end shopping mall for luxury brands, there are around 4800ft for property management office to manage the daily operation of the building.
In addition to the commitment to meeting the environmental standards to support green buildings, our client Hysan is one of the developers that strives to ensure their buildings to provide support to the health and wellness of their occupants. Different aspects such as air quality, light, and ambience are also considered to improve overall satisfaction, productivity, and comfort for them. The process for on-site assessments and testing is called Performance Verification. Our client completed the whole performance verification and pre-tests were also performed on lead (Pb) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) to prevent exposure risks of the hazardous building materials to occupants. This practice is fundamental to high-performing buildings and helps project teams better understand the relationship between physical environment and human health. It is a distinct process from traditional building commissioning by assuring the building performs as intended, according to WELL requirements.
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