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Watch the CaGBC and B+H hosted roundtable discussion "The Elusive Business Case for Building Green"

The World Green Building Council's (WorldGBC) latest report, Health, Wellbeing & Productivity in Offices highlights a number of metrics that would demonstrate the effects of green buildings on employee health, wellbeing and productivity. More importantly, it suggests a framework building owners and tenants can use to collect and analyze the data needed to generate these metrics.

As a part of the official Canadian launch of the WGBC's new report, key developers, tenants, designers and real estate professionals were invited to attend a roundtable discussion, co-hosted by B+H Architects and CaGBC. This video highlights what was discussed.

Click here to view the video now on the CaGBC website.

Roundtable Participants:

Guy Newsham (Facilitator), Principal Research Officer, National Research Council - Construction

Bryan Croeni, B+H Architects, Director

John Duda, SVP, Eastern Region, Colliers International

James Gray-Donald, VP, Sustainability, Bentall Kennedy

Holly Jordan, B+H, Associate

Lachlan Macquarrie, Vice President National Programs, Oxford Properties

Thomas Mueller, President and CEO, CaGBC

Heidi Painchaud, B+H Managing Prinicipal, Interior Design

Graham Takata, Senior Manager, Energy and Sustainability, Enterprise Real Estate, TD Bank Group


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