With experience in 27 countries around the world, and centralized building operations and construction expertise, Hines will operate T3 Sterling Road with best-in-class health protocols in place, to ensure your employees are safe, healthy, and can come to work with peace of mind.
Well Living Lab partnership
After a six-decade history of creating innovative, sustainable real estate, Hines has learned to lead with future-forward thinking. Today, building attributes affect our health and safety more than ever before. Hines has partnered with The Well Living Lab, Delos, and the Mayo Clinic to implement technologies to reduce the risk of respiratory virus transmission in work environments.
Tenant health and wellness: systems and certifications
Systems and practices at T3 are optimized for health and wellness. State of the art HVAC systems provides superior Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). Glass technology throughout the building maximizes natural light. Hines is also pursuing WELL and RESET Certification, to foster comprehensive well-being and the best in air quality standards. These are just a few of the features and initiatives that ensure market-leading health and safety for our tenants at T3 Sterling Road.
Superior property management
Hines consistently ranks well above its peers in tenant satisfaction by providing superior property management and tenant responsiveness – this is well recognized through third-party research. Hines put in place its first Pandemic Response Plan over 15 years ago; the plan was activated in January 2020 in response to COVID-19. Moreover, Hines can draw on lessons learned across the globe as different countries experience the same events but with different timelines and variables. This learning allows Hines to be better prepared to serve you and your employees as the situation evolves.
Sustainability and productivity
Timber is not only 100% renewable, recyclable and nontoxic; it is also known to have productivity and wellness benefits. Employees exposed to wood during their workday have higher levels of wellbeing and take less leave. Perhaps most importantly, timber also has natural antibacterial/antimicrobial properties and outperforms other typical construction materials in this respect.