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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 >
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 >
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 >
Linda K. Smith and David S. Mann
Construction / Education / Energy

LEED Changing the World for the Better (Linda K. Smith & David S. Mann Commentary)

Once a trend, the sustainable, or green, building effort is now the norm in the design and construction of commercial and public buildings. read more >
189th Airlift Wing Engine Shop, Vandenberg Drive, Little Rock Air Force Base. Cost: Approximately $4 million. Size: 12,188 SF. Date Certified: Nov. 21, 2011. Architect/Engineer: Cromwell Architects Engineers Inc., Little Rock. General Contractors: Wilkins Construction Inc., Little Rock.

6 Arkansas Construction Projects Get LEED Certification

Six of the most recent construction projects to get LEED certifications from the Green Building Council. read more >