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For the additional ‘behind the scenes’ adjustments TD has partnered with Cadillac Fairview, owner and operator of TD Centre. Improvements to several base building systems and operations will support carbon filtration for the HVAC and detailed cleaning policies outlining operations schedules and equipment. To further support the health and wellness of employees, a WELL guide will provide information on the added features in the space, health benefits, assistance programs and other resources available. TD will use the learnings from past projects, this current pilot, and features of the WELL Building Standard to inform and guide health and wellness integration for future projects.

shows café filled with natural light and collaborative settings [5]. shows open work area filled with natural light and private/conference space close by [6]. touchdowns along the window provide views of the TD Centre green roof below as well as other active urban spaces outside of the towers [7]. PHOTOS: Tom Arban Photography Inc. www. tomarban.com.

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Become an Industry Leader Recognized for Canada’s Health and Wellness WELL provides the opportunity to stand at the forefront of

and performance. To learn more about the WELL Building Standard

innovation in the sustainable and healthy building movement.

in Canada and upcoming education opportunities, please visit www.

Those who embrace WELL in Canada in its early stages

cagbc.org/WELLcertification. For more information on WELL, including

will be industry leaders, demonstrating their commitment to

the WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) credential, visit www.

placing health and wellness at the center of building design

WELLcertified.com.

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8 The WELL certification process involves five steps. More information is available at WELLcertified.com/certification. Copyright© 2015 by Delos Living LLC. All rights reserved [8].

This piece was written in collaboration with Whitney Austin Gray, PhD, LEED AP, International WELL Building Institute; Renée Rietveld, Manager, Communications and Content Strategy, CaGBC; and Martha MacInnis, Design Director, Workplace Experience, TD Bank Group. FALL 2015 Toronto FOCUS 13

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