Indoor environmental quality and occupant satisfaction in green-certified buildings

@article{Altomonte2019IndoorEQ,
  title={Indoor environmental quality and occupant satisfaction in green-certified buildings},
  author={Sergio Altomonte and S. Schiavon and M. Kent and G. Brager},
  journal={Building Research & Information},
  year={2019},
  volume={47},
  pages={255 - 274}
}
  • Sergio Altomonte, S. Schiavon, +1 author G. Brager
  • Published 2019
  • Engineering
  • Building Research & Information
  • ABSTRACT Green-building certification systems aim at improving the design and operation of buildings. However, few detailed studies have investigated whether a green rating leads to higher occupant satisfaction with indoor environmental quality (IEQ). This research builds on previous work to address this. Based on the analysis of a subset of the Center for the Built Environment Occupant Indoor Environmental Quality survey database featuring 11,243 responses from 93 Leadership in Energy and… CONTINUE READING
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