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    Episode 80: Pablo Albani from GroupGSA & Lisa Hinde from JLL take us through the ins & outs of achieving WELL Certification
    Episode 80: Pablo Albani from GroupGSA & Lisa Hinde from JLL take us through the ins & outs of achieving WELL Certification

    In this episode, Pablo & Lisa take us through the process of achieving WELL Certification while educating listeners on the main challenges of location, heritage buildings and cost to the client.


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