“We are compliant with ventilation code, but it goes beyond just adding outside air, since increasing ventilation increases energy,” Dana Schneider, a JLL managing director who leads its energy and sustainability division, told Commercial Observer during a tour of the new space. “Our balance instead is to meet and exceed minimum ventilation requirements, but more important than that is the controls that we have in place to manage the air temperature, the cubic feet per minute (which is the speed of the air ventilation), the humidity levels of the air and the combination of AtmosAir to purify the air.
“We are not treating our people like machines; we understand what makes them happy,” Schneider said. “An office like this makes it so you want to be in your office. You produce when you are in your office, and you are motivated.”
Read more in the Commercial Observer about the AtmosAir installation and JLL’s state of art offices built to LEED Platinum and WELL standards – HERE.