CIBSE BUILDING PERFORMANCE AWARDS 2020
Winner – Product or Innovation of the Year – Wellbeing
Winner of the CIBSE Product or Innovation Wellbeing category 2020
Providing human-centric technology
We’re creating a new way to assess and enhance health and wellbeing in buildings. After all, healthier, happier employees are what every business wants. The science of health and wellbeing can be extremely difficult to measure and act on. So we work with you to install a measuring and occupant engagement service that gives real insight into real-time indoor environment conditions. We then use these results to propose courses of action that will help improve your buildings. We know that specialist-led approaches can be costly, so our algorithms identify potential trouble spots before tenant complaints and serious occupational-health issues arise.
Supporting return to work
arbnco is supporting your business returning to work during COVID-19 in a safe and healthy way. Our experts in Indoor Environmental Quality have created a free report, summarising our existing research with 4 key areas to consider when preparing a return to work plan for your business.
Healthier buildings mean healthier employees
We can help you reduce indoor pollutants, encourage activity and social interaction, maximise natural light, increase views of the outside and incorporate greenery. All of which have a positive effect on people and on your bottom line.
Forewarned is forearmed
Identify and investigate potential trouble spots before the loss of productivity and wellbeing causing issues with tenants.
Making complex information simple to understand
Navigate the complexity of wellbeing-led renovations and design interventions, with estimates of cost and energy impacts where relevant.
Integration with Arc Skoru
We’ve partnered up with Arc Skoru and are now the first technology partner to deliver human experience metrics into the Arc Skoru platform. Find out more about our integration with Arc.
Let’s work together
Why is Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Important?
We spend around 90% of our time indoors
The air we inhale indoors can be up to 5 times more polluted than the air outside