OUR VALUES, OUR COMMITMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT

Few in the world will be able to boast a headquarters surrounded by so much beauty and nature, one managed by a professional investor who contributes to achieving the corporate objectives

in regard to the sustainability of the environment, social sustainability and sustainable governance (ESG), and who contributes to achieving the following objectives of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDG):

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Eurohive
Our values, our commitment

With Well Certification, we want to ensure for those who work at EuroHive the best possible life in every way: for this reason we have had our spaces analysed, to take care of the comfort, the health safety and the innovation within each of our environments.

Comfort

Air + Thermal Comfort + Sound + Light

Health

Water + Nourishment + Movement + Mind

Innovation

Materials + Community + Innovation

Well Certification

WELL certification has been developed by integrating scientific and medical research, the literature on environmental health, behavioural factors, health outcomes and demographic risk factors. It is the first system to define the parameters by which buildings can improve our lives:

today we spend 90% of our time indoors, and it is therefore essential to design and construct buildings that guarantee healthy and comfortable spaces, and to know how to manage maintenance in a systematic way.

A strict
and reliable standard

The standard comprises 10 categories, called WELL concepts. Each category in turn comprises distinct features, prerequisites (preconditions) and credits (optimizations): each of these items is assigned a score, based on performance and prescriptive indicators.

Prerequisites
Air

Air

Nutrition

Nutrition

Light

Light

Movement

Movement

Tecnical Comfort<br>

Tecnical Comfort

Sound

Sound

Materials

Materials

Mind

Mind

Community

Community

Comunità

Comunità

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