A drop of only 2% in the body’s hydration level leads to a decrease in cognitive performance.
Skanska offers to their buildings’ inhabitants good quality drinking water, taken from the city’s distribution system, tested and purified to ensure it is of the highest quality.
Through the WELL standard, employees can enjoy fresh and nourishing food, always on hand. They are always warned about potential allergens, so they can make the most informed decisions.
The final customer has at his disposal a variety of healthy snacks, while the unhealthy variety is discouraged.
The correlation between the distance to the window, natural light and productivity is scientifically proven.
Skanska implements lighting systems that help and sustain the body’s circadian rhythm, ensuring a good quality sleep at night time.
The lighting fixtures’ orientation depends on the office monitor’s position, so the employees can enjoy a comfortable level of visual effort and eye strain can be avoided.
Tenants in WELL buildings will be able to enjoy working space characteristics that offer the opportunity to have an active lifestyle and encourage working out: fitness solutions within the project or in the neighboring surroundings and strategically placed interior stairs.
The end users have the benefit of working out when at the office, the opportunity to de-stress and grow their well-being and self-esteem.
Body's thermal comfort is provided through a homeostatic system that balances heat gains and losses to maintain the body’s core temperature within its optimal range.
The indoor thermal environment not only impacts our buildings’ energy use, but also plays a large role in the way we experience the places where we live and work.
Thermal comfort can be optimized according to best suit the characteristics of workplace and the needs of its tenants.
WELL projects promote human productivity and ensure a maximum level of thermal comfort among all building users through improved heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system design, meeting individual thermal preferences.