12100 and 12200 W Olympic Blvd Photo Credit: Kilroy Realty Corporation
How It Works
The Fitwel certification process is simple.
First register a building or a portfolio of buildings on the Fitwel Portal.
Complete the Fitwel Scorecard, and benchmark a project by receiving an immediate numerical score.
Upload certification documentation and submit the project for a Fitwel review.
After a review is completed, a Fitwel star rating is designated for the project.
The 2018 fees associated with individual projects seeking a Fitwel rating are as follows:
Companies pay $500 for a project team to use the Fitwel Portal for one year, which includes access to Fitwel’s interactive scorecard, benchmarking capability, performance data, and a summary of the project’s areas of strength and areas of opportunity.
Companies pay $6,000 to submit a project for Fitwel certification. With this fee, project teams upload documents required for certification, and submit the project for a review and Fitwel Star Rating as is applicable to the project.
* Companies applying Fitwel in a minimum of 6 projects may contact us for a reduced rate.
Photo Courtesy of Menkes Development Ltd.
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The Fitwel Portal
The Fitwel Portal is where project teams advance through the certification process in a single user-friendly, digital interface.
Take a look at the video below to see highlights of the Fitwel Portal, which include:
Company access to performance data across a portfolio and for a single project
Team access to an efficient, user-friendly, and collaborative certification process
Snapshot view of a portfolio performance and status
Set user permissions based on organizational structure and communicate with the Fitwel Team during the certification review process