WELL Building Standard™ Archives

Thank you for your interest in the WELL Building Standard. Below you will find the current and previous addenda versions of the WELL Building Standard v1 for download as PDF. We have also included any translations of the WELL Building Standard that are currently available. If you have any technical difficulties accessing these documents, please email us at info@wellcertified.com.

  • California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Standard Method v1.1-2010
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    The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) International website houses the CDPH standard method referenced in feature criteria.

  • South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule 1168
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    The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) website houses SCAQMD Rule 1168, referenced in feature requirements.

  • The Cleveland Clinic
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    This article looks at the Cleveland Clinic, the second WELL Certified project in Ohio

  • Recording: Introducing Air, Water and Materials WELLographies
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    This webcast recording will allow you to learn how to use and apply the Air, Materials, and Water WELLographies.

  • ISO 11890, part 1
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    The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) website houses ISO 11890, part 1 referenced in feature criteria.

  • Recording: Introducing Air, Water and Materials WELLographies
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    This webcast recording will allow you to learn how to use and apply the Air, Materials, and Water WELLographies.

  • Top 5 takeaways from the Air #WELLography
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    In addition to providing information on the effects of air quality, this WELLography offers solutions on how to better leverage air quality within buildings to promote human health and well-being.

  • Top 5 takeaways from the Air #WELLography
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  • Top 5 takeaways from the Air #WELLography
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    In addition to providing information on the effects of air quality, this WELLography offers solutions on how to better leverage air quality within buildings to promote human health and well-being.

  • WELL Tip: Navigating preconditions for the Air concept
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    This article helps project teams get started incorporating a number of preconditions from the Air concept into their project’s design and policies.