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The higher education sector consists of over 4,000 private and public colleges, educating more than 20 million students annually. As enrollment rises, higher education facilities continue to experience rising energy and tuition costs, making it a challenge to provide safe, comfortable, and engaging environments for faculty and students. To alleviate these rising costs, colleges and universities have turned to energy efficiency, and today, many are leaders in advancing sustainable practices.

Entegrity brings unrivaled expertise in providing savings-funded energy solutions for our higher education customers. Throughout the life of a project, our goal is to engage the school staff in a collaborative dialogue to ensure that our experience is maximally leveraged and that the key objectives are met, while supporting the primary mission of student education. We accomplish this through a proven sequence of steps, beginning with a comprehensive feasibility analysis that takes into account energy and operational savings opportunities, energy project implementation and construction, and project financing. All of this is secured by our guarantee that the savings will exceed the project’s costs, or we will write you a check for the difference.

Hendrix College

Hendrix College contracted with Entegrity to convert approximately 15,000 light fixtures to LED techMore

Annual
Savings
$204,700
Square Footage
Completion Date
2/1/18

North Arkansas College

North Arkansas College and Entegrity agreed to a $1.7 million energy performance contract through thMore

Annual
Savings
$131,367
Square Footage
300,000
Completion Date
2/1/17

University of Arkansas Founders Hall

Located at the core of the University of Arkansas campus, the LEED Silver certified Founders Hall isMore

Square Footage
78,500
Completion Date
11/7/14

University of Arkansas Basketball Performance Center

The 66,000 square-foot, LEED Gold, Basketball Performance Center opened in the fall of 2015 and is tMore

Square Footage
66,000
Completion Date
3/1/16