Viridian of Little Rock, a provider of sustainability and energy consulting services for architects, contractors and building owners, announced Monday that it is changing its corporate name to Entegrity.
"The name change to Entegrity reflects our dedication to energy efficiency with transparency and integrity for both the new construction and the existing building markets," said Matt Bell, a Viridian partner, in a news release. "As a company with a deep commitment to sustainability, we are expanding the focus of energy conservation to the existing building market — offering us a greater opportunity to impact the built environment."
In addition to its currently offered services, the renamed company will provide services for lighting upgrades, renewable energy installations, water conservation strategies and paid-from-savings energy efficiency upgrades.
Chris Ladner, a founding partner said the expansion of services "allows us to apply our expertise to a much larger audience and have a greater impact in the communities we serve."