Alliance membership demonstrates a corporate commitment to transforming health and well-being in indoor environments.
Delhi, India – November 10, 2020 – RMZ Corp recently joined the Well Living Lab Alliance, a global consortium of organizations aspiring to transform the indoor environments where people live, work, and play.
The Well Living Lab, a collaboration of Delos and Mayo Clinic, is committed to enhancing human health and well-being in indoor environments. Highly reconfigurable with sensor-rich technology, the Lab is designed to simulate real-world indoor environments, such as offices and apartments, enabling researchers to conduct human subject studies by altering environmental variables to measure impact on health, performance, stress, resiliency, sleep, comfort, and more.
Adjacent to the Mayo Clinic campus in Rochester, Minnesota, the Lab is the first research center devoted exclusively to this type of study and has conducted 15 studies since opening in 2016, with four additional studies currently underway.
RMZ Corp is India’s largest privately-owned real estate investment, development, and management firm. RMZ has the highest valued real estate portfolio in the country, with a combination of developed and under development assets worth $10 billion under its ownership and management. Eighteen years and growing rapidly, they have over 200+ Enterprise Customers in six Indian cities including Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Pune, and Mumbai with 67 million square feet of Real Assets that are owned and developed by them. With technology, innovation, and architectural excellence as its pursuits, the RMZ campuses are home to leaders in international industries and Fortune 500 companies who will directly benefit from this alliance membership.
Thirumal Govindraj, RMZ Corp Managing Director, Executive Board, said, “Joining the Well Living Lab Alliance is yet another proud moment for us at RMZ Corp. For more than 18 years, RMZ has lived by an enduring core value ‘to take care of our members,’ and that guides us even today. We are the first company globally to receive the WELL Health-Safety Rating by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) for Facility Operations and Management. Through our alliance membership in the Well Living Lab, we demonstrate our commitment to our stakeholders to be the first mover for our efforts that focus on being environmentally responsible and resource efficient. We continue to work towards making people’s lives better as human health and well-being are at the core of our vision. We are confident that access to Well Living Lab research and findings will strengthen our commitment to building socially, economically, and environmentally responsible assets and communities.”
“We, at RMZ,” he continued, “have aligned our sustainability strategy with the UN Sustainable Development Goals to provide the business with a lens through which it translates global needs and ambitions into business solutions across the value chain.”
“Our organizational sustainability journey is in line with the Environmental, Social, and Economic pillars. We collaborate with local and globally acclaimed partners to build spaces that generate long-term sustainable value for us, our partners, and our community,” said A. N. Venugopal, President, RMZ Foundation.
As a Well Living Lab Alliance Sustaining Member, RMZ Corp will join more than 20 other renowned organizations supporting the advancement of science to generate evidence-based findings that can be used in practical ways for societal benefit. With access to the Well Living Lab’s science-based health insights and emerging trends, RMZ will also engage in exclusive networking and knowledge-sharing benefits, including an annual summit, member showcase opportunities, educational webinars, and early study insights.
“RMZ has long been a pioneer in wellness and sustainability,” said Barbara Spurrier, Managing Director of the Well Living Lab. “We are excited about the leadership and expertise they will bring to the Alliance community and their commitment to improving human health and well-being in indoor environments.”