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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 >
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 >
Entegrity's headquarters at 1403 E. 6th St. in east Little Rock.
Construction / Government & Politics

Entegrity Building Eureka Springs Solar Plant; City Expects $750K Savings

Entegrity of Little Rock announces a deal to install a solar power generation system for Eureka Springs that is expected to save the city $750,000 in electricity costs over the next 25 years. read more >
The Chancellor Hotel at 70 N. East Ave. in Fayetteville
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Chicago Firm Pays $31M For Chancellor Hotel (NWA Real Deals)Lock Icon

AJ Capital bought the Chancellor Hotel in downtown Fayetteville and plans to convert the property into a boutique Graduate Hotel. read more >
Builder Keith Wingfield at a net-zero, high-efficiency home powered by solar panels that he built at 2501 N. Pierce St. in Little Rock.
Construction / Energy / Manufacturing

Little Rock Conference, Awards Honor Green Builders

The U.S. Green Building Council is honoring Arkansas companies this week with awards for energy efficiency and environmental design, including the annual Arkansas Green Tie Awards. read more >
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Green Tie Awards, Sustainability Conference Sept. 12-13

The 14th annual Sustainable Arkansas Conference, hosted by the U.S. Green Building Council Arkansas community, and the Arkansas Green Tie Awards ceremony will be held Wednesday and Thursday at the Clinton Presidential Library and the Cromwell Architects Engineers Mixing Room in Little Rock. read more >