Better Building, Better World.

  • Irene & Clark. Photo: Nick Noyes
  • Solar installation at the Class of 1966 Environmental Center, Williams College.
  • Main lobby of the Hitchcock Center for the Environment. Photo: Jessica Schultz
  • Vegetables grown on site are eaten in the kitchen of the Class of 1966 Environmental Center, Williams College. Photo: Nick Noyes
  • Every tour includes the utility room at the Class of 1966 Environmental Center, Williams College. Photo: Nick Noyes
  • A game of vetting bingo.
  • Class of 1966 Environmental Center, Williams College. Photo: Nick Noyes
  • Offices in the Class of 1966 Environmental Center, Williams College. Photo: Nick Noyes
  • IES Office. Photo: Nick Noyes
  • Wood stump furniture in the Class of 1966 Environmental Center, Williams College. Photo: Nick Noyes
  • Exhibit about net-zero water. Hitchcock Center for the Environment. Photo: Jessica Schultz
  • The North Adams Team Photo: Nick Noyes
  • Vegetable gardens at the Class of 1966 Environmental Center, Williams College
  • R.W. Kern Center, Hampshire College. Photo: Mariah Kurtz
  • R.W. Kern Center, Hampshire College. Photo: Mariah Kurtz
  • Discussing the funnier side of material vetting.
  • Getting ready for Halloween at the Hitchcock Center for the Environment. Photo: Jessica Schultz

 

Integrated Eco Strategy supports project teams as they pursue the most challenging green building design standards.

We provide:
→ integrative design consulting to plan high-performing and healthy buildings
→ building material research via our proprietary healthy materials database Red2Green
→ green building certification consulting, Living Building Challenge & LEED

Goals our clients have include creating a healthier indoor environment to promote well-being and increased productivity; smaller energy bills and their associated carbon footprint; Net-Zero Energy; LBC certification – full living or petal certification. We work with clients ranging from billion-dollar thought leaders to grassroots advocates for justice. Give us a call; we’d like to hear about your green building goals.