Kira Gould

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  • Creating a Healthier Built Environment

    A ‘master speaker’ session and subsequent panel of physicians and industry exports tackled the issue of building healthy spaces at Greenbuild in Philadelphia. While creating healthy space does cost money, it will lead to a more productive workforce with less sick days and greater collaboration.

    National 22 November 2013 15:39

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