M Moser Hong Kong receives RESET Certification
GIGA Founder and CEO, Raefer Wallis, presented Chairman and Founder, Moira Moser, with the RESET Certification plaque achieved by our Hong Kong office on 2 August for providing a healthy work environment with fresh, clean air.
Joined by Director Dr Christine Bruckner, Ms Moser reflected on the firm’s experience in creating effective workplaces for global clients and M Moser staff worldwide. She shared insights on how an environment that meets the WELL, LEED, and RESET standards can attract new talent and reinforce internal culture across the organisation.
“The wonderful thing about supporting the cultural transformation of our clients is that it enables them to promote a healthy workplace to candidates and staff,” she explained. “One where they can breathe fresh, clean air, socialise with their peers and feel happier. A healthy mind has to be in a healthy body, and we continue to work towards achieving this goal for our clients across the globe.”
M Moser is proud to be at the forefront of health and wellness in the workplace, having designed and delivered the largest volume of RESET-certified projects in the world, including the first RESET-certified interiors in Hong Kong and the UK.
Illustrating examples of recent projects designed to meet the RESET standards, Dr Bruckner highlighted the M Moser New York office, which was recently named “Project of the Year” by CoreNet New York; Cook Medical Hong Kong, which received both WELL and RESET Certifications; and Roche Hong Kong for achieving 100% clean quality of air.
With over 70 WELL, LEED, and RESET accredited professionals across our 20 locations worldwide, M Moser continues to innovate and build greener work environments for our global clients.
About the RESET Standard
The RESET Standard was created and administered by GIGA to improve indoor environments and occupant health on a global scale. It combines the development of live monitoring and cloud software to increase the visibility of building health data and track air quality in the built environment.