The membership provides significant resources to ensure enhanced communities that allow for all residents to thrive
Today, Wan Bridge announced that is has joined the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) membership program as a Cornerstone member. The Texas-based developer, builder and manager of build-to-rent (BTR) communities in Dallas and Houston joins like-minded companies from across the globe that are committed to enhancing buildings and communities to help people thrive.
The membership program at IWBI celebrates and fosters collaboration with companies and organizations who are leading the movement to advance human health in buildings and communities around the world. This dynamic framework allows Wan Bridge to tap into IWBI’s expansive resources and knowledge and demonstrates the company’s alignment with IWBI’s mission.
“IWBI members are going above and beyond in their commitment to health and well-being, emphasizing the importance of prioritizing people first places both today and into the future,” said IWBI president and CEO Rachel Hodgdon. “We’re excited and humbled to work alongside these organizations to advance this growing movement towards a better future for everyone, everywhere.”
“The Wan Bridge team is thrilled to be join the ranks of IWBI’s world-renowned membership and be a part of the institute’s global initiatives,” said Ting Qiao, CEO of Wan Bridge. “As one of the few residential builders to hold membership status, we take pride in prioritizing the health and wellness of our residents, which is at the forefront of every decision when building our communities across the state of Texas. We look forward to aligning with IWBI’s mission and utilizing the institute’s extensive resources to cultivate a healthy and safe environment for all, as we continue to evolve residential real estate.”
The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) is a public benefit corporation and the world’s leading organization focused on deploying people first places to advance a global culture of health. IWBI mobilizes its community through the administration of the WELL Building Standard (WELL) and the WELL Health-Safety Rating, management of the WELL AP credential, the pursuit of applicable research, the development of educational resources, and advocacy for policies that promote health and well-being everywhere.