Is your project a good candidate for WELL Certification? Take the Explore WELL survey to assess your project’s alignment with WELL and identify actionable steps toward your WELL goals.
WELL is designed to reach 100% of the people in your building:
not just through building design, construction and operations,
but by positively impacting human behavior.
Search within our community of over 1,000 professionals who are committed to advancing health and well-being in buildings and communities across the world.
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We’re proud to have welcomed hundreds of projects into the WELL community. Explore the projects who are putting wellness and human health at the center of project design, building and operations.
The WELL Community Standard pilot builds upon the WELL Building Standard and aims to impact individuals throughout the public spaces where they spend their days.
Whether you're an architect, designer, business leader or wellness advocate, a WELL AP credential denotes you as an expert in healthy building strategies.
Make strides toward earning your WELL AP credential by registering for the exam and gearing up to join the global community.
Start preparing for the WELL AP exam with comprehensive study resources, including our our step-by-step guide to prep for the exam in just 30 days.
Take your involvement with the WELL community even further by joining the WELL Faculty network, a global group of educators.
The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) is a public benefit corporation whose mission is to improve human health and well-being in buildings and communities across the world through its WELL Building Standard (WELL).
Read the latest article from IWBI's Chairman and CEO, Rick Fedrizzi, as he delivers updates on WELL and analysis of the global wellness industry.
Interested in advancing health and wellness for all? Join our team of passionate advocates dedicated to building a healthier world.
Learn about the goals and framework of the WELL Community Standard pilot ahead of the public launch later this summer.