BUS has partnered with Delos, the organisation that pioneered the WELL Building Standard, to combine the BUS Methodology Occupant Satisfaction Survey with the Delos Building Wellness Survey to create the new BUS Wellbeing Survey.Press Release
As organisations across the globe invest more into design and operational strategies that optimise productivity, Harriet McKerrow, senior engineer in Arup’s Building Performance and Systems team and manager of the BUS Methodology occupant satisfaction tool, explores the measurement of well being in the built environment.Read More
What are some of the benefits of using a third-party survey provider? Angela Loder of the International WELL Building Institute cites some of the top reasons projects chose a third-party survey provider.Read More
"Soft Landings" is a mechanism by which a gradual hand-over of a building project can lead to significant gains in operational efficiency. Arup has developed a bespoke "Soft-Landings" framework for The Crown Estate to use on development projects enabling them to unlock improved customer satisfaction, economic and environmental outcomes.Read More
The British Council for Offices recognises the importance of the growing Health and Wellbeing agenda and the implications it has to both office design and how the attitudes towards the office are changing. To this end it has commissioned three pieces of research.Read More
From schools to apartments, supermarkets to offices, health centres to houses, Innovate UK's Building Performance Evaluation programme (BPE) was a 4 year study into how real-world buildings perform.Read More
Probe (Post-Occupancy of Buildings and their Engineering) was a research project that ran from 1995-2002 under the Partners in Innovation scheme (jointly funded by the UK Government and Builder Group.Read More
The BUS Methodology has a track record of being featured in the scientific and industry press.