This project was a collaboration between the U.S. General Services Administration, the University of Arizona, the Baylor College of Medicine, and Aclima Inc. The Wellbuilt for Wellbeing Project Team include: Kevin Kampschroer, Judith Heerwagen and Brian Gilligan of GSA. Esther Sternberg, Perry Skeath, Casey Lindberg, and Matthias Mehlof the University of Arizona Institute on Place, Wellbeing and Performance. Bijan Najafi, Javad Razjouyan, Hyoki Lee, and Hung Nguyen of the Baylor College of Medicine Interdisciplinary Consortium on Advanced Motion Performance. Sudha Ram, Faiz Curim and Karthik Srinivasian of the University of Arizona INSITE Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics. Kelli Canada of LMI Priya Saha, Rebecca Goldfinger-Fein, Alicia Darbishire, and Mills Wallace of the Federal Occupational Health Service. Davida Herzl, Reuben Herzl, Melissa Lunden, Nicole Goebel, and Scott Andrews of Aclima Inc.
In addition, numerous contributors have provided input as acknowledged in our journal articles. Special thanks are given to all the federal workers who accepted to be volunteers for the purpose of this study. None of the volunteers received funding or other compensation for participation in this study. The Wellbuilt for Wellbeing Project Team wish to thank the following individuals for providing advice on our findings and potential confounds: Ed Ahrens, Seema Bhangar, Alyse Falconer, Traci Hanegan,Mark Hydeman, Kevin Hydes, Vivian Loftness, Melissa Lunden, Piers McNaughton, Forrest Meggers, Gwelen Paliaga, Jovan Pantelic, Chris Pyke, Stephanie Taylor, and Steven Taylor.