Through his experience, Chris has expertise in Net-Zero buildings, solar power, HVAC systems, performance contracting, controls as well as knowledge of industrial controls. Chris has participated in various types of LEED projects including: LEED Zero, LEED-Neighborhood Development, LEED-Commercial Interiors, LEED-New Construction, LEED for Existing Buildings, and LEED-Homes.
In 2008, Chris was a Commissioner on the Arkansas Governor’s Commission on Global Warming. Additionally, Chris has served as Chair of the Chapter Steering Committee and member of the Energy and Atmosphere Technical Advisory Group for the U.S. Green Building Council and has served in many other capacities at the state and national level. He is also a past consultant for the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI).
Chris has presented on sustainable design and construction to various groups including Master Speaker at the USGBC Greenbuild Conference, American Planning Association, National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB), the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), graduate architecture programs, and various sustainability conferences.
Entegrity has been recognized as Sustainable Business of the Year (2012), ranked on Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in America (2014 & 2015), nominated as Arkansas Business of the Year (2014 & 2020) and winner in 2021, named as one of Arkansas’ Best Places to Work (2017, 2018, 2019) and winner of the Arkansas Advanced Energy Business Innovation Award (2017). The Entegrity headquarters is the first LEED Zero Energy building in the United States and they are in the final stages of their second Net-Zero facility in Fayetteville, Arkansas.