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WELL building and Framery products
Feature 72: Accessible Design
Part 1: Accessibility and Usability: The project demonstrates compliance with one of the following: a. Current ADA Standards for Accessible Design, or comparable local code or standards. b. ISO 21542:2011 - Building Construction - Accessibility and Usability of the Built Environment
Feature 71: Active Furnishings
Part 2: Prevalent Standing Desks. At least 60% of workstations feature one of the following: a. Adjustable height standing desk. b. Standard desk with desk-top height adjustment stand. c. Pairs of fixed-height of standing and seated heights
Feature 59: Surface Design
Part 1: Working and Learning Area Surface Reflectivity. Tulee siis olla tietyn mukainen. Tarkasta tämä vielä erikseen (Puhutaan LRV arvosta).
Feature 58: Color Quality
Part 1: Color Rendering Index. All electric lights meet the following conditions: a. Color Rendering Index Ra of 80 or higher. b. Color Rendering Index R9 of 50 or Higher
Feature 57: Low-Glare Workstation Design
Part 1: Glare Avoidance a. To minimize glare caused by incoming sunlight, all computer screens at desks located within 4.5 m of view windows can be oriented within 20 degree angle perpendicular to the plane of the nearest widow. b. overhead luminaries are not aimed directly at computer screens
Feature 55: Electric Light Glare Control
Keinotekoisen valon heijastusten minimointi ja "Luminaire Shielding"
Feature 54: Circadian Lighting Design
Paljon Frameryn valaistukseen liittyviä asioita
Feature 53: Visual Lightning Design
Part 1: Visual Acuity for Focus
The following requirements are met at workstations or desks:
a. the ambient lighting system is able to maintain an average light intensity of 215 lux or more, measured on the horizontal work plane. The lights may be dimmed in the presence of daylight, but they are able to independently achieve these levels.
c. If average ambien light is below 300 lux, task lights providing 300 to 500 lux at the work surface are available upon request.
Feature P7: Strategic Dining Design
Part 4: Quiet Dining Zone
The following requirement is met: a. If a television is present, a television-free section of the dining space is available with tables and seats that comprise at least 25% of the total seat options available in the dining space.
None concern Framery's products
Feature 27: Antimicrobial Activity for Surfaces
Part 1: High-Touch Surfaces
All countertops and fixtures in bathrooms and kitchens, and all handles, doorknobs, lightswitches and elevator buttons are one of the following:
Coated with or comprised of a material that is abrasion-resistant, non-leaching and meets EPA testing requirements for antimicrobial activity.
Feature 26: Enchanced Material Safety
Part 1: Precautionary Material Selection
At least 25% of all furnishings, built-in furniture, interior finishes, and finish materials (calculated by cost) meet one or more of the following requirements: a. Declare Label (Red List Free) b. Cradle to Cradle with V2 Gold or platinum or V3 Bronze, Gold or Platinum. c. Have no GreenScreen Benchmark 1, List Translator 1 or Translator Possible 1 substances over 1000 ppm as verified by a qualified Ph.D. toxicologist or Certified Industrial Hygienist.
Feature 25: Toxic Material Reduction
Part 5: Urea-Formaldehyde Restriction
Urea-formaldehyde presence is limited in the following components to 100 ppm: a. Furniture or any composite wood products.
Feature 4: VOC Reduction
Part 5: Furniture and Furnishings
The VOC emissions of at least 95% (by cost) of all newly purchased interior furniture and furnishings within the project scope meet all limits set by the following, as applicable:
<-- M1 (ISO 16000) is approved as an acceptable equivalent to the requirements of Feature 4 VOC Reduction Part 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. + M1 (EN-717-1:2004) is approved as an acceptable equivalent to the requirements of Feature 4 VOC Reduction Part 5.