Health and wellness at the center of the real estate industry …
Ross Guttler, Vice President – Strategic Partnerships for Delos (transforming homes, offices, schools and other indoor environments by placing health and wellness at the center of design, construction, facilities and operations decisions), joins Thomas Kutzman in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser. Presented by Prevu.
In this episode:
- How wellness is quite big now and where Delos comes in
- Approaching wellness and real estate from hard core science and medicine perspective
- What space is doing to our bodies
- Light quality and impact on standard of living
- How wearables will allow us to measure how space will impact our bodies, and react to what our bodies need
- Vetting materials
- Construction industries are waking up to “red list” materials
- Practices during construction to protect those building the pace as well
- At the crossroads being a real estate or a technology company
- Helping groups figure out things
- Help co-develop products and technologies
- “Darwin” – technology, the wellness brains for your home
- Physical and social environment is 70% of what affects health
- The best of North Carolina, and the origin of NASCAR
- Why space can make us better, smarter, healthier people
Guttler has spent 15 years in investment, development and advisory roles across multiple product sectors. At Delos, Ross manages strategic relationships among Fortune 100 clients as well as institutional investors, owners and landlords. Having joined Delos in the early stages, he has led the growth of several business lines. In addition, Ross serves in an advisory capacity to a NY-based startup focused on developing spectral sensors for the built environment.
Prior to joining Delos, Ross founded and managed the commercial division of ROI Properties, a brokerage and asset management firm that caters to distressed portfolios. He advised financial institutions, fiduciaries and receiverships on risk allocation and exit strategies for office, industrial and retail assets. Previously, he worked for the ViaWest Group, a commercial investment, development and services firm with a primary focus on value-add and opportunistic office, industrial and multi-family properties.
Ross is a former board member of the Urban Land Institute and has held leadership roles in numerous other industry and non-profit organizations. He received a B.S. in Economics from Duke University and an M.B.A. from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.