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Matt Bell, former partner in Entegrity of Little Rock and now owner of Origami Sake of Hot Springs.
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Nabholz Purchases Entegrity Stakes, While Former Partner Moves On to Other VenturesLock Icon

As Matt Bell devotes himself to sake, he and Entegrity founder Chris Ladner have sold their stakes in the company. read more >
Chris Ladner, left, a principal partner at Entegrity, and John Coleman, the regional director who heads company’s Fayetteville office.
Construction / Education / Energy

Entegrity Solar Farm to Energize UA’s Fayetteville Campus

The power from the 4-megawatt array will offset about 6.3% of the campus’ electricity use. read more >
The Network is a net zero apartment building with 28 fully occupied one-bedroom units. Built by Entegity of Little Rock, it is opposite the Fayetteville public library.
Construction / Energy / Real Estate

Entegrity’s Network Building in Fayetteville Cuts the Electric BillLock Icon

Entegrity’s Network project proves that net zero living can be had at market rates. read more >

Lane College to Save $11M Under Contract With Entegrity

Lane College, a historically black school in Jackson, Tennessee, is paying less for power through a new energy savings performance contract with Entegrity of Little Rock. read more >
An architectural rendering of the mixed-use Network building at South School Avenue and West South Street in Fayetteville.

Entegrity Building 2nd Self-Powered Site, in Fayetteville

Entegrity of Little Rock is repeating itself as a net-zero building pioneer in Arkansas, following up its LEED-certified Little Rock headquarters with another self-powered building for its office in Fayetteville. read more >
Energy / Government & Politics

Entegrity, State Applaud Prison Efficiency Savings as Part of Hutchinson’s Plan

Entegrity of Little Rock and top state officials are trumpeting big solar energy savings for the state’s prison system, further projects for the Arkansas Department of Corrections and a victory in Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s crusade for streamlining government operations and costs. read more >
Entegrity's headquarters at 1403 E. 6th St. in east Little Rock.
Business Services / Construction

Entegrity Gets Global Recognition for Self-Powered HQ

From the compost and recycling bins on the floor to the bicycles on wall racks and the 50-kilowatt solar power array on the roof, Entegrity's headquarters in east Little Rock practically screams that its occupants care about the environment. read more >
3115 W. Technology Way in Fayetteville
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Delta Group Executes Sale-Leaseback Deal (NWA Real Deals)Lock Icon

Middleton Properties LLC paid $5.9 million for 4 acres and Delta Group Electronics’ 37,600-SF facility on West Technology Way in Fayetteville. read more >
Seal Solutions CEO Josh Davenport, winner of the Advanced Energy Rising Star Award at the Empowering Arkansas conference that was held in Little Rock Tuesday. His company won the Advanced Energy Business Innovation Award.
Construction / Energy

AAEA Honors Chris Ladner of Entegrity, Josh Davenport of Seal

The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association toasted the state’s sustainable power and energy efficiency leaders Tuesday at the trade group’s Empowering Arkansas conference. read more >
Construction / Energy

Finalists Named for Advanced Energy Association Awards

A solar-minded farmer, a founding partner in a Little Rock sustainability and energy services company and a distinguished professor at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville are all in the running for a top state award in advanced energy leadership, according to the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association. read more >
Ted Thomas with Scott Hamilton, regional director of MISO South, right, and Chris Jones of BCT Partners.
Energy / Government & Politics

PSC Chairman Criticizes Plan to Prop Up Coal

The state’s top utility regulator expressed deep doubts Tuesday about Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s proposed rule to fortify the national electric grid’s “resilience” by providing cost recovery for coal and nuclear power plants. read more >
Business Services / Construction / Energy / Small Business

Viridian Changes Name to Entegrity

Viridian of Little Rock, a provider of sustainability and energy consulting services for architects, contractors and building owners, is changing its corporate name to Entegrity. read more >
Chris Ladner (left) and Chad Oppenhuizen of the Viridian consulting firm of Little Rock are helping Kum & Go expand its LEED-certified stores in Arkansas and 10 other states.
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Kum & Go Convenience Stores Help Boost State’s LEED Projects

Kum & Go has contributed six LEED-certified projects and registered nine more for certification since announcing in 2011 its plan to roll out 20 to 25 new stores in central Arkansas. read more >