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Health & Wellness Guidance Crosswalk

Meet Federal requirements and establish operational health and wellness goals by exploring how the Federal Guiding Principles for Sustainable Federal Buildings relate to standards, guidelines, and building rating systems. Choose the criteria that best suit your project to promote health and wellness as optimally as possible.

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Air Quality and Control of Temperature
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Ventilation and Thermal Comfort

Provision of ventilation systems, control of pollutants, IAQ management, and controls for occupant thermal comfort

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
8 Indoor Environmental Quality (ASHRAE Standard 62.1, 62.2, and 170) & ASHRAE Standard 55
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
3-5.1 Ventilation and Thermal Comfort
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Environment
  6.2 Asbestos-Safe Property
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing
  6.5 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing Results
  6.6 Green Purchasing Policy
  6.7 Chemical Storage Ventilation
  6.8 Integrated Pest Management

Workspaces
  7.5 Thermal Control

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Composition and Location
  1.8 Project Location

Site Management
  4.2 Integrated Pest Management
  4.3 Green Purchasing Policy

Buildings Design
  5.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Signage
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.2 Heat Island Mitigation
  6.5 Idle Reduction
  6.6 Air Quality
  6.7 Air Quality Testing
  6.8 Air Quality Results

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety
  11.5 Chemical Storage
  11.6 Hazardous Waste Management

Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.1 Ventilation System
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
5.7 IAQ Management
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.8.4 Health and Comfort: Environmental Controls
3.8.4.1 Ventilation and thermal comfort
5.2 Mechanical Performance Attributes
5.2.1 Temperature
5.2.2 Humidity Control
5.2.3 Air Movement
5.2.4 Pressure
5.2.5 Ventilation
5.2.6 Filtration
LEED v4.1 checked

O+M
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Minimum Indoor Air Quality
  Credit: Indoor Environmental Quality Performance

BD+C, ID+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Minimum Indoor Air Quality
  Credit: Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies
  Credit: Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan
  Credit: Indoor Air Quality Assessment
  Credit: Thermal Comfort
Innovation
  Pilot: Learning Controls for Thermal Comfort (Alternative pathway for Credit: Thermal Comfort)
  Pilot: Performance-based Indoor Air Quality Design and Assessment

Residential BD+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Minimum Indoor Air Quality
  Credit: Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies
Innovation
  Pilot: Learning Controls for Thermal Comfort (Alternative pathway for Credit: Thermal Comfort)

WELL v2 checked

Air Features
A01 Fundamental Air Quality
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 5
A03 Ventilation Effectiveness
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2
A04 Construction Pollution Management
  (Precondition) - Part 1
A05 Enhanced Air Quality
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
A06 Enhanced Ventilation
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4
A07 Operable Windows
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
A08 Air Quality Monitoring and Awareness
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
A09 Pollution Infiltration Management
  (Optimization) - Part 1
A11 Source Separation
  (Optimization) - Part 1
A12 Air Filtration
  (Optimization) - Part 1

Thermal Comfort Features
T01 Thermal Performance
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2
T02 Enhanced Thermal Performance
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
T03 Thermal Zoning
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
T04 Individual Thermal Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
T05 Radiant Thermal Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
T06 Thermal Comfort Monitoring
  (Optimization) - Part 1
T07 Humidity Control
  (Optimization) - Part 1

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Air Quality and Exposure to Mold and Mildew
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Mold and Mildew

Provide policies and strategies for moisture control

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
8 Indoor Environmental Quality
8.3.1.8 Building Entrance
8.3.6 Moisture Control
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-3 Ventilation Air and Building Envelope Requirements
3-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
3-5.3 Indoor Air Quality
3-5.3.1 Moisture Control
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.2 Asbestos-Safe Property
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing

Commercial Site Scorecard

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.1 Water Management Plan
  6.2 Heat Island Mitigation
  6.6 Air Quality
  6.7 Air Quality Testing

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety
  11.4 Flood Damage Mitigation

Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
1.0 Energy
1.8 Envelope
1.16 Maintenance Schedules
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.1 Ventilation System
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.2.4 Moisture and Condensate Control
3.2.4.1 Moisture Control Opaque Assemblies
3.3 Prescriptive Enclosure Requirements
3.3.1 Moisture Control
3.3.4 Wall Systems
3.3.4.2 Materials with Organic Content
3.3.4.3 Air/Moisture Barrier System
3.5.2.27 Acoustical Ceilings: includes moisture resistance
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, ID+C
Energy and Atmosphere
  Prerequisite: Fundamental Commissioning and Verification
  Credit: Enhanced Commissioning
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Thermal Comfort

Residential BD+C
Energy and Atmosphere
  Prerequisite: Fundamental Systems Testing and Verification
  Credit: Enhanced Commissioning
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Interior Moisture Management
  Credit: Thermal Comfort

WELL v2 checked

Air Features
A09 Pollution Infiltration Management
  (Optimization) - Part 1
A14 Microbe and Mold Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2

Water Features
W07 Moisture Management
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3

Thermal Comfort
T07 Humidity Control
  (Optimization) - Part 1

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Air Quality and Exposure to Radon
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Radon

Test for radon in buildings to mitigate high levels from occupied spaces

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
8 Indoor Environmental Quality
8.3.4 Soil-Gas Control
10.3.1.9 Soil-Gas Control
Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
4.0 Emissions, Effluents and Pollution Controls
4.7 Radon
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.3.3 Substructure: depressurization required when radon is present.
LEED v4.1 checked
Residential BD+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Radon-Resistant Construction
WELL v2 checked
Air Features
A01 Fundamental Air Quality
  (Precondition) - Part 4
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Air Quality and Off-Gassing and Exposure to VOCs
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Low-Emitting Materials

Selection of low-emitting materials

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
8 Indoor Environmental Quality
8.4.2 Materials
8.5.2 Materials
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing
  6.5 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing Results
  6.6 Green Purchasing Policy

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Management
  4.3 Green Purchasing Policy

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.2 Heat Island Mitigation
  6.5 Idle Reduction
  6.6 Air Quality
  6.7 Air Quality Testing
  6.8 Air Quality Results

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety

Green Globes checked

Existing Buildings
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
5.7 IAQ Management
6.0 Environmental Management System
6.2 Environmental Purchasing

New Construction
3.7.2 Source Control and Measurement of Indoor Pollutants

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.5 Interior Construction and Interior Finishes Performance Attributes
5.2 Mechanical Performance Attributes
5.2.5 Ventilation: 3 Tiers include low emitting materials requirements
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, Residential BD+C, ID+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Low-Emitting Materials

O+M
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Green Cleaning Policy
  Credit: Indoor Environmental Quality Performance
  Credit: Green Cleaning
Materials and Resources
  Prerequisite: Facility Maintenance and Renovations Policy
  Credit: Purchasing

WELL v2 checked

Air Features
A01 Air Quality Standards
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 5
A05 Enhanced Air Quality
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
A13 Active VOC Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1

Materials Features
X09 Cleaning Products and Protocol
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
X10 Volatile Compound Reduction
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
X11 Long-Term Emission Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
X12 Short-Term Emission Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2

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Air Quality and Plants
GP IV. Enhance indoor Environmental Quality: Plants

Provide access to indoor and outdoor plants

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning: include how convenient access to plants is being considered and accommodated from the beginning of the design process.

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Plants

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.1 Outdoor Space Amenities
  3.4 Restorative Garden
  3.6 Fruit and Vegetable Garden

Indoor Environments
  7.2 Views of Nature

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Composition and Location
  1.7 Open Space Preservation

Outdoor Spaces
  3.1 Outdoor Space Amenities
  3.6 Restorative Garden
  3.7 Fruit and Vegetable Garden
  3.9 Street Trees

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C & ID+C (except Schools, Homes, and Midrise), O+M (except Schools), LEED for Schools, LEED for Homes and Midrise
Innovation
  Pilot: Local Food Production

BD+C, Residential BD+C, ID+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Designing with Nature, Biophilic Design for the Indoor Environment

WELL v2 checked

Nourishment Feature
Food Production
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2

Mind Feature
M02 Access to Nature
  (Precondition) - Part 1

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Air Quality in Occupied Buildings Under Construction
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Indoor Air Quality during Building Alterations

Control of indoor air quality and impact on occupants during building alterations of existing spaces

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
10 Construction and Plans for Operation
10.3.1.5 IAQ Construction Management
10.3.1.6 Moisture Control
10.3.1.7 Construction Activity Pollution Prevention: Idling of Construction Vehicles
10.3.1.8 Construction Activity Pollution Prevention: Protection of Occupied Spaces
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
2-5.3.3 Protect Indoor Air Quality during Construction
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.2 Asbestos-Safe Property
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing
  6.5 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing Results

Commercial Site Scorecard

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.6 Air Quality
  6.7 Air Quality Testing
  6.8 Air Quality Results

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety

Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, ID+C
Interior Environmental Quality
  Credit: Construction Indoor Air Quality Management
Innovation
  Pilot: Clean Construction
  Pilot: Performance-based Indoor Air Quality Design and Assessment

Residential BD+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Clean Construction

O+M
Materials and Resources
  Prerequisite: Facility Maintenance and Renovations Policy

WELL v2 checked
Air Features
A04 Construction Pollution Management
  (Precondition) - Part 1
A10 Combustion Minimization
  (Optimization) - Part 1
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Chemical Exposure from Pest Management Programs
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Integrated Pest Management

Complete and utilize an integrated pest management program within buildings

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
3-5.3.3 Integrated Pest Management
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.6 Green Purchasing Policy
  6.7 Chemical Storage Ventilation
  6.8 Integrated Pest Management

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Management
  4.2 Integrated Pest Management
  4.3 Green Purchasing Policy

Buildings Design
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety
  11.5 Chemical Storage
  11.6 Hazardous Waste Management

Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
4.0 Emissions, Effluents and Pollution Controls
4.13 Pesticides
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
2.5 Landscape Prescriptive Requirements
2.5.5 Pollinators
2.5.5.3 Supplemental Information and Other Considerations
2.5.5.3.4 Site Maintenance: includes IPM
LEED v4.1 checked
O+M
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
WELL v2 checked
Materials Features
X07 Pesticide Use
  (Optimization) - Part 1
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Daylight and Circadian Rhythm
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Daylight

Provide occupant access to daylight

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
8 Indoor Environmental Quality
8.3.7 Glare Control
8.3.8 Occupant Override
8.4.1 Daylighting
8.4.1.1 Daylighting in Large Spaces Directly under a roof and Having High Ceilings
8.4.1.1.1 Minimum Daylight Area
Table 8.4.1.2A
8.5 Performance Option
8.5.1 Daylight Simulation
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-5.2 Daylighting

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Daylight

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.1 Outdoor Space Amenities
  3.4 Restorative Garden

Workspaces
  7.1 Access to Daylight
  7.2 Views of Nature

Commercial Site Scorecard

Outdoor Spaces
  3.1 Outdoor Space Amenities
  3.6 Restorative Garden

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.3 Light Pollution Mitigation

Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.8 Lighting Features
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.7 Workplace Performance Requirements
3.8.4 Health and Comfort: Environmental Controls
3.8.4.2 Lighting/Daylighting: employee access to natural daylight
3.8.6.2 Partitions and interior walls: Maximize natural light through placement & colors
6.1 Lighting Performance Requirements
6.2 Lighting Performance Attributes
6.2.1 Lighting Quality - Interior Daylight (Table)
6.2.2 Lighting Quantity
6.3 Lighting Prescriptive Requirements
6.3.1 Indoor Lighting and Daylighting Criteria
6.3.2.5 Lighting Controls
LEED v4.1 checked
Residential BD+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Daylight
Innovation
  Pilot: Daylight in nonregularly occupied spaces
WELL v2 checked
Light Feature
L01 Light Exposure and Education
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2
L04 Glare Control
  (Optimization) - Part 1
L05 Enhanced Daylight Access
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
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Diet
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Healthy Dining Options

Healthy dining options

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Healthy Dining Options
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.5 Farmers Market
  3.6 Crop Share Drop-Off

Cafeterias and Prepared Food Retail
  10.1 Healthy Food and Beverage Policy for Prepared Food Areas
  10.2 Choice Architecture Practices
  10.3 Pricing Incentives

Vending Machines and Snack Bars
  11.1 Healthy Food and Beverage Policy for Vending Machines and Snack Bars
  11.2 Choice Architecture Practices for Vending Machines and Snack Bars
  11.3 Pricing Incentives for Vending Machines and Snack Bars

Commercial Site Scorecard

Healthy Food Access
  10.1 Healthy Food and Beverage Policy
  10.2 Healthy Food and Beverage Practices
  10.3 Farmers Market
  10.4 Crop Share Drop-Off
  10.5 Healthy Vending Machine and Snack Bar Policy
  10.6 Healthy Vending Machine & Snack Bar Practices

LEED v4.1 checked
BD+C & ID+C (except Schools, Homes, and Midrise), O+M (except Schools), LEED for Schools, LEED for Homes and Midrise
Innovation
  Pilot: Local Food Production
WELL v2 checked
Nourishment Feature
N01 Fruits and Vegetables
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2
N02 Nutritional Transparency
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
N03 Processed Foods
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
N04 Food Advertising
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
N05 Artificial Ingredients
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N06 Portion Sizes
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N07 Nutrition Education
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N08 Mindful Eating
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
N09 Special Diets
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
N10 Food Preparation
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N11 Responsible Food Sourcing
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N12 Food Production
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
N13 Local Food Environment
  (Optimization) - Part 1
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Diet
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Potable Water

Potable water

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
6 Water Use Efficiency
Limits on use of potable water for irrigation and in HVAC systems.
Requirement for water bottle filling stations for half of all drinking fountains.
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Potable Water
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Water Supply
  9.1 Universally Accessible Water Supply
  9.2 Water Bottle Refilling Station
  9.3 Water Quality

Cafeterias and Prepared Food Retail
  10.4 Water Access

Vending Machines and Snack Bars
  11.4 Water Access

Commercial Site Scorecard

Water Access
  9.1 Universally Accessible Water Supply
  9.2 Water Bottle Refilling Station
  9.3 Water Quality

Green Globes checked

Existing Buildings
4.0 Emissions, Effluents, & Pollutant Controls
4.10 Is the drinking water safe?

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.7. Workplace Performance Requirements
3.8.5 Health and comfort: Ergonomics
3.8.5.2 Building Amenities: filtered hot/cold water dispensers = one of the High Performance options
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, ID+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Lead Risk Reduction
  Pilot: PBT Source Reduction - Lead, Cadmium and Copper

O+M, Residential BD+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Lead Risk Reduction

WELL v2 checked
Water Features
W01 Fundamental Water Quality
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
W02 Water Contaminants
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7
W03 Legionella Control
  (Precondition) - Part 1
W04 Enhanced Water Quality
  (Optimization) - Part 1
W05 Water Quality Consistency
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
W06 Drinking Water Promotion
  (Optimization) - Part 1
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Exercise
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Stairwells as a Desirable Option

Stairwell vertical circulation

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning
2-2.1.4 Site Integration and Design of the Building

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Making stairwells a desirable option for circulation.

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Stairs
  5.1 Stair Access
  5.2 Stair Location
  5.3 Stair Design
  5.4 Stair Signage
  5.5 Stair Visibility
  5.6 Stair Safety

Commercial Site Scorecard

Buildings Design
  5.4 Buildings Design Guidelines

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.5 Interior Construction and Interior Finishes Performance Attributes
3.6.3 Promote the Use of Stairs
LEED v4.1 checked
BD+C, ID+C, O+M, Residential BD+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Design for Active Occupants
WELL v2 checked
Movement Features
V01 Active Buildings and Communities
  (Precondition) - Part 1
V03 Movement Network and Circulation
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
V11 Physical Activity Promotion
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
V12 Self-Monitoring
  (Optimization) - Part 1
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Exercise
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Active Workstations

Active workstations

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning
2-2.1.4 Site Integration and Design of the Building

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Active Workstations

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Workspaces
  7.4 Active Workstations

LEED v4.1 checked
BD+C, ID+C, O+M, Residential BD+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Ergonomics approach for computer users.
WELL v2 checked
Movement Features
V01 Active Buildings and Communities
  (Precondition) - Part 1
V02 Visual and Physical Ergonomics
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5
V07 Active Furnishings
  (Optimization) - Part 1
V10 Enhanced Ergonomics
  (Optimization) - Part 1
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Exercise
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Fitness Centers

Access to fitness centers

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning
2-2.1.4 Site Integration and Design of the Building

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Fitness Centers

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.3 Outdoor Fitness Area

Shared Spaces
  8.8 Exercise Room
  8.9 Fitness Facility

Commercial Site Scorecard

Outdoor Spaces
  3.5 Outdoor Fitness Area

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.8.5 Health and comfort: Ergonomics
3.8.5.2 Building Amenities: one of the High Performance options
WELL v2 checked
Movement Features
V06 Physical Activity
  (Optimizatoin) - Parts 1 & 2
V08 Physical Activity Spaces and Equipment
  (Optimizatoin) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
V11 Physical Activity Promotion
  (Optimizatoin) - Parts 1 & 2
V12 Self-Monitoring (Optimization)
  (Optimization) - Part 1
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Exercise
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Bicycle Commuter Facilities

Access to bicycle commuter facilities

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
5.3.7 Mitigation of Transportation Impacts
5.3.7.1 Pedestrian and Bicycle Connectivity
5.3.7.2 Bicycle Parking
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Bicycle Commuter Facilities

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Building Access
  2.3 Bicycle Parking
  2.4 Active Commuter Showers

Commercial Site Scorecard

Access
  2.3 Bike Lanes
  2.5 Bicycle Parking

Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
1.0 Energy
1.18 Cycling Facilities
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.8.5 Health and comfort: Ergonomics
3.8.5.2 Building Amenities: one of the High Performance options
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C NC, Residential BD+C, ID+C
Location and Transportation
  Credit: Bicycle Facilities
Transportation and Land Use
  Credit: Access to Quality Transit

LEED for Communities, LEED for Cities
Transportation and Land Use
  Credit: Access to Quality Transit
  Credit: Smart Mobility and Transportation Policy
  Credit: Walkability and Bikeability

O+M
Location and Transportation
  Credit: Transportation Performance

WELL v2 checked
Movement Features
V01 Active Buildings and Communities
  (Precondition) - Part 1
V04 Active Commuter and Occupancy Support
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
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Exercise
GP I. Employ Integrated Design Principles (NC): Sustainable Locations

Mass transit / public transportation access & walkability

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
5.3.7 Mitigation of Transportation Impacts
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 5 Sustainable Installations
5-1 Overview

Appendix B Best Practices
B-1 Promote Sustainable Location and Site Development
B-1.1 Evaluation of Site

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Location
  1.1 - 1.3 Walkability
  1.4 Proximity to Transit

Building Access
  2.1 Pedestrian Route to Transit
  2.2 Commuter Survey
  2.3 Bicycle Parking
  2.4 Active Commuter Shower
  2.5 Incentivizing Transit
  2.6 Efficiency Parking

Entrances and Ground Floor
  4.2 Main Pedestrian Entrance
  4.3 Main Entrance Amenities
  4.5 Publicly Accessible Use
  4.6 Activate Pedestrian Areas
  4.7 Local Amenities Display

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Composition and Location
  1.1 Transit Access
  1.2 Community Destinations
  1.3 Pedestrian Network
  1.4 Efficient Parking
  1.5 Brownfield Remediation
  1.6 Infill Development
  1.7 Open Space Preservation
  1.8 Project Location

Site Access
  2.1 Universal Accessibility
  2.2 Transit Stops
  2.3 Bicycle Lanes
  2.4 Commuter Survey
  2.5 Bicycle Parking
  2.6 Wayfinding

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines

Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
1.0 Energy
1.17 Public Transportation
1.19 Other Measures
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
Chapter 2 Urban Development and Landscape Design
2.1 Urban Planning and Public Use Performance Requirements
2.2.1 Sustainable Locations
2.2.1.2 Site Supports Transit-Use and Reduced Automobile Commuting
2.2.1.3 Site Supports Neighborhood Connectivity and Walkability
2.3 Urban Planning and Design, and Site Prescriptive Requirements
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, Residential BD+C, ID+C
Location and Transportation
  Credit: Bicycle Facilities
Transportation and Land Use
  Credit: Access to Quality Transit

LEED for Communities, LEED for Cities
Transportation and Land Use
  Credit: Access to Quality Transit
  Credit: Smart Mobility and Transportation Policy
  Credit: Walkability and Bikeability

O+M
Location and Transportation
  Credit: Transportation Performance

WELL v2 checked
Movement Features
V01 Active Buildings and Communities
  (Precondition) - Part 1
V05 Site Planning and Selection
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4
V08 Physical Activity Spaces and Equipment
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
V09 Exterior Active Design
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
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General Health & Wellness
GP I. Employ Integrated Design Principles (NC) / Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles (EB)

Integrated team approach for assessment, operation and management of existing buildings

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
Informative Appendix F: Integrated Design
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles

Chapter 3 Assessment of Existing Buildings for High Performance and Sustainable Building (HPSB) Compliance
3.2 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Shared Spaces
  8.12 Occupant Satisfaction Survey
  8.13 Stakeholder Collaboration Process

Commercial Site Scorecard

Community Relations
  7.2 Employment Practices
  7.3 Stakeholder Collaboration Process

Shared Site Amenities
  8.3 Occupant Satisfaction Survey

Green Globes checked

New Construction
3.1 Project Management
3.1.1 Integrated Design Process (IDP)
3.1.1.4 Capital Asset Plan & Business Case Summary

Existing Buildings
4.0 Emissions, Effluents, & Pollutant Controls
4.12 Health & Safety and Management of Hazardous Products
4.12.5 Is there a Health & Safety Committee that meets regularly and carries out regular inspections of the property?

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
Appendix A: Submission Requirements
Integrated Design Review
A.3 New Construction and Modernization, Figure A-3
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, ID+C
  Credit: Integrative Process

Residential BD+C
  Credit: Integrative Process

BD+C, ID+C, O+M
Innovation
  Pilot: Integrative Process for Health Promotion

O+M
Innovation
  Pilot: Integrative Process

WELL v2 checked
Community Feature
C02 Integrative Design
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4
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Potential Exposure and Risk to Occupants
GP V. Reduce the Environmental Impact of Materials

Utilize LCA evaluation of products as a basis for product selection. Complete and utilize a Green Purchasing program.

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
9 Materials and Resources
9.4 Prescriptive Option
9.4.1 Reduced Impact Materials
9.4.1.1 Recycled Content and Salvaged Material Content
9.4.1.2 Regional Materials
9.4.1.3 Biobased Products
9.4.1.4 Multiple-Attribute Product Declaration or Certification (EPD, NSF/ANSI Standards, Product Life Cycle)
9.5 Performance Option
9.5.1 Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA)
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-6 Reduce Environmental Impact of Materials
3-6.1.1 Recycled Content
3-6.1.2 Biologically-Based Products
3-6.1.3 Other Sustainable Products
3-6.1.4 Ozone Depleting Substances
3-7 Address Climate Change Risk (risk assessment of location & mitigation plan)
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality Testing
  6.5 Indoor Air Quality Testing Results
  6.6 Green Purchasing Policy
  6.7 Chemical Storage Ventilation

Entrances and Ground Floor
  4.8 Entryway Systems

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Management
  4.3 Green Purchasing Policy

Buildings Design
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Green Globes checked

New Construction
3.5 Materials & Resources
3.5.2 Interior Fit-out
Path A: Performance Path for Interior Fit-Outs
Life Cycle of Interior Fit-Out
Path B: Prescriptive Path for Interior Fit-Outs
Industry-wide and/or Product-specific EPDs
Third-party certifications based upon multiple attribute standards developed by consensus based process (i.e. NSF/ANSI standards).
Third-party certified life cycle product assessment (ISO 14040 and 14044)

Existing Buildings
6.1 Environmental Managaement System (EMS) Documentation
6.1.2 Stated goals and targets in policy?
6.1.2.4 Environmental purchasing?
6.1.2.5 Reduction in use and proper handling of hazardous products?
6.1.2.6 Training and education?
6.2 Environmental Purchasing

NOTE: As part of GBI/ANSI Revision Committee: Risk Assessment for materials is included in the draft.

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.4 Interior Performance Requirements: many specific materials requirements by building component (recycled, biobased, etc.), too numerous to list
3.5 Interior Construction and Interior Finishes Performance Attributes
5.2 Mechanical Performance Attributes
5.2.5 Ventilation: 3 tiers include low emitting materials requirements
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, ID+C
Materials and Resources
  Credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Environmental Product Declarations
  Credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Raw Materials
  Credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Material Ingredients
Innovation
  Pilot: Integrative Analysis of Building Materials
  Pilot: Building Material Human Hazard & Exposure
Assessment
  Pilot: Certified Multi-attribute Products and Materials
  Pilot: Timber Traceability

Residential BD+C
Materials and Resources
  Credit: Environmentally Preferable Materials
Innovation
  Pilot: Legal Wood
  Pilot: Building Material Human Hazard & Exposure Assessment
  Pilot: Timber Traceability

O+M
Materials and Resources
  Prerequisite: Purchasing Policy
  Credit: Purchasing

WELL v2 checked

Air Features
A13 Active VOC Control
  (Optimization) - Part 1

Materials Features
X01 Fundamental Material Precautions
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
X08 Hazardous Material Reduction
  (Optimization) - Part 1
X10 Volatile Compound Reduction
  (Optimizatoin) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
X13 Enhanced Material Precaution
  (Optimization) - Part 1
X14 Material Transparency
  (Optimization) - Part 1

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Smoking Reduction / Cessation
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Smoking Restrictions

Restrictions on smoking within buildings

ASHRAE 189.1-2017 checked
8.3.1.7 Environmental Tobacco Smoke
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.3.4 Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control
Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.8 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Outdoor Spaces

Entrances and Ground Floor
  4.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Signage

Indoor Environment
  6.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Environment

Commercial Site Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.8 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Outdoor Spaces

Buildings Designs
  5.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Signage
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Green Globes checked
Existing Buildings
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, ID+C, O+M
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control

Residential BD+C Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control
  Credit: No Environmental Tobacco Smoke

WELL v2 checked

Air Feature
A02 Smoke-Free Environment
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2

Mind Feature
M13 Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2

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Views of Nature
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Exterior Views

Provide access to quality exterior views

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016) checked

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning: include how convenient access to exterior views is being considered and accommodated from the beginning of the design process.

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Exterior Views

Fitwel v2.1 checked
Workplace Scorecards

Workspaces
  7.2 Views of Nature

Commercial Site Scorecard

Outdoor Spaces
  3.9 Street Trees

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018) checked
3.7 Workplace Performance Attributes
3.7.6.2 Partitions and interior walls: Tier 3: Do not block access to views
6.2 Lighting Performance Attributes
6.2.1 Lighting Quality: 3 Tiers require access to views for 50-90% of regularly occupied areas
LEED v4.1 checked

BD+C, ID+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Quality Views
Innovation
  Pilot: Designing with Nature, Biophilic Design for the Indoor Environment

Residential BD+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Daylight and Quality Views
Innovation
  Pilot: Designing with Nature, Biophilic Design for the Indoor Environment
  Pilot: Quality Views in Nonregularly Occupied Spaces

 

WELL v2 checked

Light Feature
L05 Enhance Daylight Access
  (Optimization) - Part 3

Mind Feature
M02 Access to Nature
  (Precondition) - Part 1

Air Quality and Control of Temperature
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Ventilation and Thermal Comfort

Provision of ventilation systems, control of pollutants, IAQ management, and controls for occupant thermal comfort

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
8 Indoor Environmental Quality (ASHRAE Standard 62.1, 62.2, and 170) & ASHRAE Standard 55
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
3-5.1 Ventilation and Thermal Comfort
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Environment
  6.2 Asbestos-Safe Property
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing
  6.5 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing Results
  6.6 Green Purchasing Policy
  6.7 Chemical Storage Ventilation
  6.8 Integrated Pest Management

Workspaces
  7.5 Thermal Control

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Composition and Location
  1.8 Project Location

Site Management
  4.2 Integrated Pest Management
  4.3 Green Purchasing Policy

Buildings Design
  5.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Signage
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.2 Heat Island Mitigation
  6.5 Idle Reduction
  6.6 Air Quality
  6.7 Air Quality Testing
  6.8 Air Quality Results

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety
  11.5 Chemical Storage
  11.6 Hazardous Waste Management

Green Globes
Existing Buildings
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.1 Ventilation System
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
5.7 IAQ Management
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.8.4 Health and Comfort: Environmental Controls
3.8.4.1 Ventilation and thermal comfort
5.2 Mechanical Performance Attributes
5.2.1 Temperature
5.2.2 Humidity Control
5.2.3 Air Movement
5.2.4 Pressure
5.2.5 Ventilation
5.2.6 Filtration
LEED v4.1

O+M
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Minimum Indoor Air Quality
  Credit: Indoor Environmental Quality Performance

BD+C, ID+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Minimum Indoor Air Quality
  Credit: Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies
  Credit: Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan
  Credit: Indoor Air Quality Assessment
  Credit: Thermal Comfort
Innovation
  Pilot: Learning Controls for Thermal Comfort (Alternative pathway for Credit: Thermal Comfort)
  Pilot: Performance-based Indoor Air Quality Design and Assessment

Residential BD+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Minimum Indoor Air Quality
  Credit: Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies
Innovation
  Pilot: Learning Controls for Thermal Comfort (Alternative pathway for Credit: Thermal Comfort)

WELL v2

Air Features
A01 Fundamental Air Quality
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 5
A03 Ventilation Effectiveness
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2
A04 Construction Pollution Management
  (Precondition) - Part 1
A05 Enhanced Air Quality
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
A06 Enhanced Ventilation
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4
A07 Operable Windows
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
A08 Air Quality Monitoring and Awareness
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
A09 Pollution Infiltration Management
  (Optimization) - Part 1
A11 Source Separation
  (Optimization) - Part 1
A12 Air Filtration
  (Optimization) - Part 1

Thermal Comfort Features
T01 Thermal Performance
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2
T02 Enhanced Thermal Performance
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
T03 Thermal Zoning
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
T04 Individual Thermal Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
T05 Radiant Thermal Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
T06 Thermal Comfort Monitoring
  (Optimization) - Part 1
T07 Humidity Control
  (Optimization) - Part 1

Air Quality and Exposure to Mold and Mildew
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Mold and Mildew

Provide policies and strategies for moisture control

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
8 Indoor Environmental Quality
8.3.1.8 Building Entrance
8.3.6 Moisture Control
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-3 Ventilation Air and Building Envelope Requirements
3-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
3-5.3 Indoor Air Quality
3-5.3.1 Moisture Control
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.2 Asbestos-Safe Property
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing

Commercial Site Scorecard

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.1 Water Management Plan
  6.2 Heat Island Mitigation
  6.6 Air Quality
  6.7 Air Quality Testing

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety
  11.4 Flood Damage Mitigation

Green Globes
Existing Buildings
1.0 Energy
1.8 Envelope
1.16 Maintenance Schedules
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.1 Ventilation System
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.2.4 Moisture and Condensate Control
3.2.4.1 Moisture Control Opaque Assemblies
3.3 Prescriptive Enclosure Requirements
3.3.1 Moisture Control
3.3.4 Wall Systems
3.3.4.2 Materials with Organic Content
3.3.4.3 Air/Moisture Barrier System
3.5.2.27 Acoustical Ceilings: includes moisture resistance
LEED v4.1

BD+C, ID+C
Energy and Atmosphere
  Prerequisite: Fundamental Commissioning and Verification
  Credit: Enhanced Commissioning
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Thermal Comfort

Residential BD+C
Energy and Atmosphere
  Prerequisite: Fundamental Systems Testing and Verification
  Credit: Enhanced Commissioning
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Interior Moisture Management
  Credit: Thermal Comfort

WELL v2

Air Features
A09 Pollution Infiltration Management
  (Optimization) - Part 1
A14 Microbe and Mold Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2

Water Features
W07 Moisture Management
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3

Thermal Comfort
T07 Humidity Control
  (Optimization) - Part 1

Air Quality and Exposure to Radon
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Radon

Test for radon in buildings to mitigate high levels from occupied spaces

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
8 Indoor Environmental Quality
8.3.4 Soil-Gas Control
10.3.1.9 Soil-Gas Control
Green Globes
Existing Buildings
4.0 Emissions, Effluents and Pollution Controls
4.7 Radon
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.3.3 Substructure: depressurization required when radon is present.
LEED v4.1
Residential BD+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Radon-Resistant Construction
WELL v2
Air Features
A01 Fundamental Air Quality
  (Precondition) - Part 4
Air Quality and Off-Gassing and Exposure to VOCs
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Low-Emitting Materials

Selection of low-emitting materials

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
8 Indoor Environmental Quality
8.4.2 Materials
8.5.2 Materials
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing
  6.5 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing Results
  6.6 Green Purchasing Policy

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Management
  4.3 Green Purchasing Policy

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.2 Heat Island Mitigation
  6.5 Idle Reduction
  6.6 Air Quality
  6.7 Air Quality Testing
  6.8 Air Quality Results

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety

Green Globes

Existing Buildings
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
5.7 IAQ Management
6.0 Environmental Management System
6.2 Environmental Purchasing

New Construction
3.7.2 Source Control and Measurement of Indoor Pollutants

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.5 Interior Construction and Interior Finishes Performance Attributes
5.2 Mechanical Performance Attributes
5.2.5 Ventilation: 3 Tiers include low emitting materials requirements
LEED v4.1

BD+C, Residential BD+C, ID+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Low-Emitting Materials

O+M
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Green Cleaning Policy
  Credit: Indoor Environmental Quality Performance
  Credit: Green Cleaning
Materials and Resources
  Prerequisite: Facility Maintenance and Renovations Policy
  Credit: Purchasing

WELL v2

Air Features
A01 Air Quality Standards
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 5
A05 Enhanced Air Quality
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
A13 Active VOC Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1

Materials Features
X09 Cleaning Products and Protocol
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
X10 Volatile Compound Reduction
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
X11 Long-Term Emission Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
X12 Short-Term Emission Control
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2

Air Quality and Plants
GP IV. Enhance indoor Environmental Quality: Plants

Provide access to indoor and outdoor plants

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning: include how convenient access to plants is being considered and accommodated from the beginning of the design process.

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Plants

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.1 Outdoor Space Amenities
  3.4 Restorative Garden
  3.6 Fruit and Vegetable Garden

Indoor Environments
  7.2 Views of Nature

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Composition and Location
  1.7 Open Space Preservation

Outdoor Spaces
  3.1 Outdoor Space Amenities
  3.6 Restorative Garden
  3.7 Fruit and Vegetable Garden
  3.9 Street Trees

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

LEED v4.1

BD+C & ID+C (except Schools, Homes, and Midrise), O+M (except Schools), LEED for Schools, LEED for Homes and Midrise
Innovation
  Pilot: Local Food Production

BD+C, Residential BD+C, ID+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Designing with Nature, Biophilic Design for the Indoor Environment

WELL v2

Nourishment Feature
Food Production
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2

Mind Feature
M02 Access to Nature
  (Precondition) - Part 1

Air Quality in Occupied Buildings Under Construction
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Indoor Air Quality during Building Alterations

Control of indoor air quality and impact on occupants during building alterations of existing spaces

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
10 Construction and Plans for Operation
10.3.1.5 IAQ Construction Management
10.3.1.6 Moisture Control
10.3.1.7 Construction Activity Pollution Prevention: Idling of Construction Vehicles
10.3.1.8 Construction Activity Pollution Prevention: Protection of Occupied Spaces
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
2-5.3.3 Protect Indoor Air Quality during Construction
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.2 Asbestos-Safe Property
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing
  6.5 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing Results

Commercial Site Scorecard

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.6 Air Quality
  6.7 Air Quality Testing
  6.8 Air Quality Results

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety

Green Globes
Existing Buildings
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
LEED v4.1

BD+C, ID+C
Interior Environmental Quality
  Credit: Construction Indoor Air Quality Management
Innovation
  Pilot: Clean Construction
  Pilot: Performance-based Indoor Air Quality Design and Assessment

Residential BD+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Clean Construction

O+M
Materials and Resources
  Prerequisite: Facility Maintenance and Renovations Policy

WELL v2
Air Features
A04 Construction Pollution Management
  (Precondition) - Part 1
A10 Combustion Minimization
  (Optimization) - Part 1
Chemical Exposure from Pest Management Programs
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Integrated Pest Management

Complete and utilize an integrated pest management program within buildings

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5 Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
3-5.3.3 Integrated Pest Management
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.6 Green Purchasing Policy
  6.7 Chemical Storage Ventilation
  6.8 Integrated Pest Management

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Management
  4.2 Integrated Pest Management
  4.3 Green Purchasing Policy

Buildings Design
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Site Safety
  11.3 Construction Safety
  11.5 Chemical Storage
  11.6 Hazardous Waste Management

Green Globes
Existing Buildings
4.0 Emissions, Effluents and Pollution Controls
4.13 Pesticides
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
2.5 Landscape Prescriptive Requirements
2.5.5 Pollinators
2.5.5.3 Supplemental Information and Other Considerations
2.5.5.3.4 Site Maintenance: includes IPM
LEED v4.1
O+M
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
WELL v2
Materials Features
X07 Pesticide Use
  (Optimization) - Part 1
Daylight and Circadian Rhythm
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Daylight

Provide occupant access to daylight

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
8 Indoor Environmental Quality
8.3.7 Glare Control
8.3.8 Occupant Override
8.4.1 Daylighting
8.4.1.1 Daylighting in Large Spaces Directly under a roof and Having High Ceilings
8.4.1.1.1 Minimum Daylight Area
Table 8.4.1.2A
8.5 Performance Option
8.5.1 Daylight Simulation
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-5.2 Daylighting

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Daylight

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.1 Outdoor Space Amenities
  3.4 Restorative Garden

Workspaces
  7.1 Access to Daylight
  7.2 Views of Nature

Commercial Site Scorecard

Outdoor Spaces
  3.1 Outdoor Space Amenities
  3.6 Restorative Garden

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines

Environmental Policies and Procedures
  6.3 Light Pollution Mitigation

Green Globes
Existing Buildings
5.0 Indoor Environment
5.8 Lighting Features
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.7 Workplace Performance Requirements
3.8.4 Health and Comfort: Environmental Controls
3.8.4.2 Lighting/Daylighting: employee access to natural daylight
3.8.6.2 Partitions and interior walls: Maximize natural light through placement & colors
6.1 Lighting Performance Requirements
6.2 Lighting Performance Attributes
6.2.1 Lighting Quality - Interior Daylight (Table)
6.2.2 Lighting Quantity
6.3 Lighting Prescriptive Requirements
6.3.1 Indoor Lighting and Daylighting Criteria
6.3.2.5 Lighting Controls
LEED v4.1
Residential BD+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Daylight
Innovation
  Pilot: Daylight in nonregularly occupied spaces
WELL v2
Light Feature
L01 Light Exposure and Education
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2
L04 Glare Control
  (Optimization) - Part 1
L05 Enhanced Daylight Access
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
Diet
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Healthy Dining Options

Healthy dining options

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Healthy Dining Options
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.5 Farmers Market
  3.6 Crop Share Drop-Off

Cafeterias and Prepared Food Retail
  10.1 Healthy Food and Beverage Policy for Prepared Food Areas
  10.2 Choice Architecture Practices
  10.3 Pricing Incentives

Vending Machines and Snack Bars
  11.1 Healthy Food and Beverage Policy for Vending Machines and Snack Bars
  11.2 Choice Architecture Practices for Vending Machines and Snack Bars
  11.3 Pricing Incentives for Vending Machines and Snack Bars

Commercial Site Scorecard

Healthy Food Access
  10.1 Healthy Food and Beverage Policy
  10.2 Healthy Food and Beverage Practices
  10.3 Farmers Market
  10.4 Crop Share Drop-Off
  10.5 Healthy Vending Machine and Snack Bar Policy
  10.6 Healthy Vending Machine & Snack Bar Practices

LEED v4.1
BD+C & ID+C (except Schools, Homes, and Midrise), O+M (except Schools), LEED for Schools, LEED for Homes and Midrise
Innovation
  Pilot: Local Food Production
WELL v2
Nourishment Feature
N01 Fruits and Vegetables
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2
N02 Nutritional Transparency
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
N03 Processed Foods
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
N04 Food Advertising
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
N05 Artificial Ingredients
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N06 Portion Sizes
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N07 Nutrition Education
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N08 Mindful Eating
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
N09 Special Diets
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
N10 Food Preparation
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N11 Responsible Food Sourcing
  (Optimization) - Part 1
N12 Food Production
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
N13 Local Food Environment
  (Optimization) - Part 1
Diet
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Potable Water

Potable water

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
6 Water Use Efficiency
Limits on use of potable water for irrigation and in HVAC systems.
Requirement for water bottle filling stations for half of all drinking fountains.
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Potable Water
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Water Supply
  9.1 Universally Accessible Water Supply
  9.2 Water Bottle Refilling Station
  9.3 Water Quality

Cafeterias and Prepared Food Retail
  10.4 Water Access

Vending Machines and Snack Bars
  11.4 Water Access

Commercial Site Scorecard

Water Access
  9.1 Universally Accessible Water Supply
  9.2 Water Bottle Refilling Station
  9.3 Water Quality

Green Globes

Existing Buildings
4.0 Emissions, Effluents, & Pollutant Controls
4.10 Is the drinking water safe?

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.7. Workplace Performance Requirements
3.8.5 Health and comfort: Ergonomics
3.8.5.2 Building Amenities: filtered hot/cold water dispensers = one of the High Performance options
LEED v4.1

BD+C, ID+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Lead Risk Reduction
  Pilot: PBT Source Reduction - Lead, Cadmium and Copper

O+M, Residential BD+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Lead Risk Reduction

WELL v2
Water Features
W01 Fundamental Water Quality
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
W02 Water Contaminants
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7
W03 Legionella Control
  (Precondition) - Part 1
W04 Enhanced Water Quality
  (Optimization) - Part 1
W05 Water Quality Consistency
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
W06 Drinking Water Promotion
  (Optimization) - Part 1
Exercise
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Stairwells as a Desirable Option

Stairwell vertical circulation

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning
2-2.1.4 Site Integration and Design of the Building

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Making stairwells a desirable option for circulation.

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Stairs
  5.1 Stair Access
  5.2 Stair Location
  5.3 Stair Design
  5.4 Stair Signage
  5.5 Stair Visibility
  5.6 Stair Safety

Commercial Site Scorecard

Buildings Design
  5.4 Buildings Design Guidelines

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.5 Interior Construction and Interior Finishes Performance Attributes
3.6.3 Promote the Use of Stairs
LEED v4.1
BD+C, ID+C, O+M, Residential BD+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Design for Active Occupants
WELL v2
Movement Features
V01 Active Buildings and Communities
  (Precondition) - Part 1
V03 Movement Network and Circulation
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
V11 Physical Activity Promotion
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
V12 Self-Monitoring
  (Optimization) - Part 1
Exercise
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Active Workstations

Active workstations

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning
2-2.1.4 Site Integration and Design of the Building

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Active Workstations

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Workspaces
  7.4 Active Workstations

LEED v4.1
BD+C, ID+C, O+M, Residential BD+C
Innovation
  Pilot: Ergonomics approach for computer users.
WELL v2
Movement Features
V01 Active Buildings and Communities
  (Precondition) - Part 1
V02 Visual and Physical Ergonomics
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5
V07 Active Furnishings
  (Optimization) - Part 1
V10 Enhanced Ergonomics
  (Optimization) - Part 1
Exercise
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Fitness Centers

Access to fitness centers

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning
2-2.1.4 Site Integration and Design of the Building

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Fitness Centers

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.3 Outdoor Fitness Area

Shared Spaces
  8.8 Exercise Room
  8.9 Fitness Facility

Commercial Site Scorecard

Outdoor Spaces
  3.5 Outdoor Fitness Area

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.8.5 Health and comfort: Ergonomics
3.8.5.2 Building Amenities: one of the High Performance options
WELL v2
Movement Features
V06 Physical Activity
  (Optimizatoin) - Parts 1 & 2
V08 Physical Activity Spaces and Equipment
  (Optimizatoin) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
V11 Physical Activity Promotion
  (Optimizatoin) - Parts 1 & 2
V12 Self-Monitoring (Optimization)
  (Optimization) - Part 1
Exercise
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Bicycle Commuter Facilities

Access to bicycle commuter facilities

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
5.3.7 Mitigation of Transportation Impacts
5.3.7.1 Pedestrian and Bicycle Connectivity
5.3.7.2 Bicycle Parking
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Bicycle Commuter Facilities

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Building Access
  2.3 Bicycle Parking
  2.4 Active Commuter Showers

Commercial Site Scorecard

Access
  2.3 Bike Lanes
  2.5 Bicycle Parking

Green Globes
Existing Buildings
1.0 Energy
1.18 Cycling Facilities
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.8.5 Health and comfort: Ergonomics
3.8.5.2 Building Amenities: one of the High Performance options
LEED v4.1

BD+C NC, Residential BD+C, ID+C
Location and Transportation
  Credit: Bicycle Facilities
Transportation and Land Use
  Credit: Access to Quality Transit

LEED for Communities, LEED for Cities
Transportation and Land Use
  Credit: Access to Quality Transit
  Credit: Smart Mobility and Transportation Policy
  Credit: Walkability and Bikeability

O+M
Location and Transportation
  Credit: Transportation Performance

WELL v2
Movement Features
V01 Active Buildings and Communities
  (Precondition) - Part 1
V04 Active Commuter and Occupancy Support
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
Exercise
GP I. Employ Integrated Design Principles (NC): Sustainable Locations

Mass transit / public transportation access & walkability

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
5.3.7 Mitigation of Transportation Impacts
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 5 Sustainable Installations
5-1 Overview

Appendix B Best Practices
B-1 Promote Sustainable Location and Site Development
B-1.1 Evaluation of Site

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Location
  1.1 - 1.3 Walkability
  1.4 Proximity to Transit

Building Access
  2.1 Pedestrian Route to Transit
  2.2 Commuter Survey
  2.3 Bicycle Parking
  2.4 Active Commuter Shower
  2.5 Incentivizing Transit
  2.6 Efficiency Parking

Entrances and Ground Floor
  4.2 Main Pedestrian Entrance
  4.3 Main Entrance Amenities
  4.5 Publicly Accessible Use
  4.6 Activate Pedestrian Areas
  4.7 Local Amenities Display

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Composition and Location
  1.1 Transit Access
  1.2 Community Destinations
  1.3 Pedestrian Network
  1.4 Efficient Parking
  1.5 Brownfield Remediation
  1.6 Infill Development
  1.7 Open Space Preservation
  1.8 Project Location

Site Access
  2.1 Universal Accessibility
  2.2 Transit Stops
  2.3 Bicycle Lanes
  2.4 Commuter Survey
  2.5 Bicycle Parking
  2.6 Wayfinding

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines

Green Globes
Existing Buildings
1.0 Energy
1.17 Public Transportation
1.19 Other Measures
GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
Chapter 2 Urban Development and Landscape Design
2.1 Urban Planning and Public Use Performance Requirements
2.2.1 Sustainable Locations
2.2.1.2 Site Supports Transit-Use and Reduced Automobile Commuting
2.2.1.3 Site Supports Neighborhood Connectivity and Walkability
2.3 Urban Planning and Design, and Site Prescriptive Requirements
LEED v4.1

BD+C, Residential BD+C, ID+C
Location and Transportation
  Credit: Bicycle Facilities
Transportation and Land Use
  Credit: Access to Quality Transit

LEED for Communities, LEED for Cities
Transportation and Land Use
  Credit: Access to Quality Transit
  Credit: Smart Mobility and Transportation Policy
  Credit: Walkability and Bikeability

O+M
Location and Transportation
  Credit: Transportation Performance

WELL v2
Movement Features
V01 Active Buildings and Communities
  (Precondition) - Part 1
V05 Site Planning and Selection
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4
V08 Physical Activity Spaces and Equipment
  (Optimization) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
V09 Exterior Active Design
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2
General Health & Wellness
GP I. Employ Integrated Design Principles (NC) / Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles (EB)

Integrated team approach for assessment, operation and management of existing buildings

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
Informative Appendix F: Integrated Design
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2 Employ Integrated Design Principles

Chapter 3 Assessment of Existing Buildings for High Performance and Sustainable Building (HPSB) Compliance
3.2 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Shared Spaces
  8.12 Occupant Satisfaction Survey
  8.13 Stakeholder Collaboration Process

Commercial Site Scorecard

Community Relations
  7.2 Employment Practices
  7.3 Stakeholder Collaboration Process

Shared Site Amenities
  8.3 Occupant Satisfaction Survey

Green Globes

New Construction
3.1 Project Management
3.1.1 Integrated Design Process (IDP)
3.1.1.4 Capital Asset Plan & Business Case Summary

Existing Buildings
4.0 Emissions, Effluents, & Pollutant Controls
4.12 Health & Safety and Management of Hazardous Products
4.12.5 Is there a Health & Safety Committee that meets regularly and carries out regular inspections of the property?

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
Appendix A: Submission Requirements
Integrated Design Review
A.3 New Construction and Modernization, Figure A-3
LEED v4.1

BD+C, ID+C
  Credit: Integrative Process

Residential BD+C
  Credit: Integrative Process

BD+C, ID+C, O+M
Innovation
  Pilot: Integrative Process for Health Promotion

O+M
Innovation
  Pilot: Integrative Process

WELL v2
Community Feature
C02 Integrative Design
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4
Potential Exposure and Risk to Occupants
GP V. Reduce the Environmental Impact of Materials

Utilize LCA evaluation of products as a basis for product selection. Complete and utilize a Green Purchasing program.

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
9 Materials and Resources
9.4 Prescriptive Option
9.4.1 Reduced Impact Materials
9.4.1.1 Recycled Content and Salvaged Material Content
9.4.1.2 Regional Materials
9.4.1.3 Biobased Products
9.4.1.4 Multiple-Attribute Product Declaration or Certification (EPD, NSF/ANSI Standards, Product Life Cycle)
9.5 Performance Option
9.5.1 Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA)
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-6 Reduce Environmental Impact of Materials
3-6.1.1 Recycled Content
3-6.1.2 Biologically-Based Products
3-6.1.3 Other Sustainable Products
3-6.1.4 Ozone Depleting Substances
3-7 Address Climate Change Risk (risk assessment of location & mitigation plan)
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Indoor Environments
  6.3 Indoor Air Quality Policy
  6.4 Indoor Air Quality Testing
  6.5 Indoor Air Quality Testing Results
  6.6 Green Purchasing Policy
  6.7 Chemical Storage Ventilation

Entrances and Ground Floor
  4.8 Entryway Systems

Commercial Site Scorecard

Site Management
  4.3 Green Purchasing Policy

Buildings Design
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Green Globes

New Construction
3.5 Materials & Resources
3.5.2 Interior Fit-out
Path A: Performance Path for Interior Fit-Outs
Life Cycle of Interior Fit-Out
Path B: Prescriptive Path for Interior Fit-Outs
Industry-wide and/or Product-specific EPDs
Third-party certifications based upon multiple attribute standards developed by consensus based process (i.e. NSF/ANSI standards).
Third-party certified life cycle product assessment (ISO 14040 and 14044)

Existing Buildings
6.1 Environmental Managaement System (EMS) Documentation
6.1.2 Stated goals and targets in policy?
6.1.2.4 Environmental purchasing?
6.1.2.5 Reduction in use and proper handling of hazardous products?
6.1.2.6 Training and education?
6.2 Environmental Purchasing

NOTE: As part of GBI/ANSI Revision Committee: Risk Assessment for materials is included in the draft.

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.4 Interior Performance Requirements: many specific materials requirements by building component (recycled, biobased, etc.), too numerous to list
3.5 Interior Construction and Interior Finishes Performance Attributes
5.2 Mechanical Performance Attributes
5.2.5 Ventilation: 3 tiers include low emitting materials requirements
LEED v4.1

BD+C, ID+C
Materials and Resources
  Credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Environmental Product Declarations
  Credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Raw Materials
  Credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Material Ingredients
Innovation
  Pilot: Integrative Analysis of Building Materials
  Pilot: Building Material Human Hazard & Exposure
Assessment
  Pilot: Certified Multi-attribute Products and Materials
  Pilot: Timber Traceability

Residential BD+C
Materials and Resources
  Credit: Environmentally Preferable Materials
Innovation
  Pilot: Legal Wood
  Pilot: Building Material Human Hazard & Exposure Assessment
  Pilot: Timber Traceability

O+M
Materials and Resources
  Prerequisite: Purchasing Policy
  Credit: Purchasing

WELL v2

Air Features
A13 Active VOC Control
  (Optimization) - Part 1

Materials Features
X01 Fundamental Material Precautions
  (Precondition) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
X08 Hazardous Material Reduction
  (Optimization) - Part 1
X10 Volatile Compound Reduction
  (Optimizatoin) - Parts 1, 2, & 3
X13 Enhanced Material Precaution
  (Optimization) - Part 1
X14 Material Transparency
  (Optimization) - Part 1

Smoking Reduction / Cessation
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Smoking Restrictions

Restrictions on smoking within buildings

ASHRAE 189.1-2017
8.3.1.7 Environmental Tobacco Smoke
DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)
Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.3.4 Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control
Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.8 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Outdoor Spaces

Entrances and Ground Floor
  4.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Signage

Indoor Environment
  6.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Environment

Commercial Site Scorecards

Outdoor Spaces
  3.8 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Outdoor Spaces

Buildings Designs
  5.1 Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Signage
  5.5 Building Operational Guidelines

Green Globes
Existing Buildings
5.6 Control of Pollutants at Source
LEED v4.1

BD+C, ID+C, O+M
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control

Residential BD+C Indoor Environmental Quality
  Prerequisite: Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control
  Credit: No Environmental Tobacco Smoke

WELL v2

Air Feature
A02 Smoke-Free Environment
  (Precondition) - Parts 1 & 2

Mind Feature
M13 Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
  (Optimization) - Parts 1 & 2

Views of Nature
GP IV. Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality: Exterior Views

Provide access to quality exterior views

DoD UFC 1-200-02 (Dec 2016)

Chapter 2 Building Design & Construction
2-2.1.1 Integrated Planning: include how convenient access to exterior views is being considered and accommodated from the beginning of the design process.

Chapter 3 Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and Management Principles
3-5.4 Occupant Health and Wellness: Convenient Access to Exterior Views

Fitwel v2.1
Workplace Scorecards

Workspaces
  7.2 Views of Nature

Commercial Site Scorecard

Outdoor Spaces
  3.9 Street Trees

Buildings Design
  5.4 Building Design Guidelines

GSA PBS-P100 (Jul 2018)
3.7 Workplace Performance Attributes
3.7.6.2 Partitions and interior walls: Tier 3: Do not block access to views
6.2 Lighting Performance Attributes
6.2.1 Lighting Quality: 3 Tiers require access to views for 50-90% of regularly occupied areas
LEED v4.1

BD+C, ID+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Quality Views
Innovation
  Pilot: Designing with Nature, Biophilic Design for the Indoor Environment

Residential BD+C
Indoor Environmental Quality
  Credit: Daylight and Quality Views
Innovation
  Pilot: Designing with Nature, Biophilic Design for the Indoor Environment
  Pilot: Quality Views in Nonregularly Occupied Spaces

 

WELL v2

Light Feature
L05 Enhance Daylight Access
  (Optimization) - Part 3

Mind Feature
M02 Access to Nature
  (Precondition) - Part 1