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The concept of buildingomics is built on the COGfx Buildingomics Study. This 2017 research was conducted by Dr Joseph Allen and The Healthy Buildings Team at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts.
- Air quality.
- Thermal health.
- Dust and pests.
- Safety and security.
- Water quality.
- Lighting and views.
The data gathered from these factors is assessed based on Health Performance Indicators, or HPIs. Health Performance Indicators take the concepts of Key Performance Indicators and apply them specifically to building performance.
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