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UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for New Construction

Demonstrate a commitment to a healthier built environment with the UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for New Construction.

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Demonstrate optimized indoor environmental quality standards for new construction with UL Solutions

Staying ahead of industry trends to keep new building construction projects both protected and profitable means embracing innovative solutions — that includes the new UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for New Construction. Tailored for new commercial, residential, and industrial construction projects, this comprehensive mark offers an in-depth evaluation of indoor environmental quality. Our trusted and globally recognized UL Verification Mark demonstrates your commitment to constructing a healthier built environment for occupants, tenants and stakeholders alike.

What will you receive?

Your property or facility will receive the UL Verified Healthy Building Mark after meeting the program’s policy and on-site verification requirements. This one-time mark issuance is tangible proof of your organization's commitment to the health and wellness of future occupants.

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Choose your path:
Four distinct options, one invaluable mark

Our UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for redevelopment, new construction and tenant improvement projects offers four expert-led options, each tailored to optimize indoor environmental quality. Choose from:

UL Verified Healthy Building for New Construction Core and Shell Verification Mark

UL Verified Healthy Building for New Construction Core and Shell

  • Designed for base building construction or redevelopment projects where less than 50% of the project’s gross square footage is fit out at the time of project completion.
  • Confirms policies for optimizing indoor environmental quality during and after construction
  • On-site verification of indoor air quality conditions prior to build-out
UL Verified Healthy Building for New Construction Indoor Air Verification Mark

UL Verified Healthy Building for New Construction Indoor Air

  • Designed for fully built-out buildings or tenant spaces where more than 50% of the project’s gross square footage is fit out at the time of project completion.
  • Confirms policies for optimizing indoor environmental quality during and after construction
  • On-site verification of indoor air quality conditions prior to occupancy
UL Verified Healthy Building for New Construction Indoor Air and Water Verification Mark

UL Verified Healthy Building for New Construction Indoor Air and Water

  • Designed for fully built-out buildings or tenant spaces where more than 50% of the project’s gross square footage is fit out at the time of project completion.
  • Confirms policies for optimizing indoor environmental quality during and after construction
  • On-site verification of indoor air and water quality conditions prior to occupancy
Verification Mark for Healthy Building for New Construction Residential

UL Verified Healthy Building for New Construction Residential

  • Designed for multi-family residential construction projects where more than 50% of the project’s gross square footage is fit out at the time of project completion.
  • Confirms policies for optimizing indoor environmental quality during construction
  • On-site verification of indoor air and water quality conditions prior to occupancy

For phased projects, the percentage of finished gross floor space at the time of scope completion or at the time of on-site testing shall determine the option selection.

 

 

Benefit from 40+ years of IEQ expertise and experience

UL Verification Marks are globally respected, incorporating on-site measurements and visual inspections with a science-driven, expert-led approach to indoor environmental quality (IEQ). The Healthy Buildings team collaborates proactively with your project teams to pursue the optimal verification option that will help you promote a healthier built environment.

Designed to align: Working in tandem with green building programs and more

The UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for New Construction works in tandem with the requirements of other green building rating programs and certifications to support a building's overall sustainability, health and wellness without adding to an already intense regulatory workload.

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Specifically, the UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for New Construction aligns with criteria from programs from third-party organizations, including: 

  • LEED v4.1 Path 1 for New Construction credits for Indoor Air Quality Testing 
  • Fitwel credits for Indoor Air Quality testing
  • WELL Health-Safety Feature requirements for Ongoing Air and Water Quality Monitoring and Mold and Moisture Management
  • BREEAM In-Use issue for Air and Water Quality Assessments
  • Indoor Environmental Quality assessments to support Energy Star® certification 

Discover the advantages of tiering up

After achieving a UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for your new construction projects, tier up to our Verification Mark for occupied properties, UL Verified Healthy Building Mark. With our expert IEQ services, you’ll unlock benefits that exceed traditional healthy building standards. Contact us  to discover how our trusted third-party verification services for occupied buildings can offer science-driven reassurance to occupants, tenants and stakeholders alike.

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Take the lead in fostering a healthier built environment for the future occupants of your new and redevelopment construction projects. Learn more about optimizing indoor environmental quality standards and leaning into innovation in construction today.

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Get connected with our team

Take the lead in fostering a healthier built environment for the future occupants of your new and redevelopment construction projects. Learn more about optimizing indoor environmental quality standards and leaning into innovation in construction today.

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