Integral GroupGlobal Engineering Firm
Member of Ca GBC, US GBC, GBC Australia, UK GBC
11,936 sqm total floor area
596 tCO2e portfolio annual carbon emissions
Integral Group is an interactive global network of design professionals collaborating under a single deep green engineering and consulting umbrella. They provide a full range of building system design and energy analysis services, with a staff widely regarded as innovative leaders in their fields. Located in offices across North America, Europe, and Australia, their passion for sustainable design runs deep. Their mission is to be the top quality deep green engineering and consulting firm with a global reach.
Commit to occupying assets which are net zero carbon Scope 1 and 2 by 2030, with an accelerated target of 2020; all new construction and major renovations of existing assets to be net zero embodied carbon by 2030
Measure and publicly disclose through an annual report, which includes going beyond carbon/environmental disclosure to include social indicators for a holistic ESG approach.
Implement a decarbonization roadmap that prioritizes reductions through ongoing energy and refrigerant efficiency upgrades across tenancies, working with landlords on renewable energy procurements and electrification strategies. Maximize embodied carbon reductions and compensate for any residual upfront embodied emissions for any new developments or major renovations of existing assets under direct control, if applicable.
Verify annual energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions through the WorldGBC SME pathway, completing external third-party assessments every three years to ensure integrity and alignment with our goals and commitments.
Advocate by providing a net zero carbon pathway for every design project undertaken; continue leading research on Whole Life Carbon of MEP systems; and expand the net zero carbon conversation beyond buildings into infrastructure. Additional aspirational internal target to achieve net zero carbon emissions from operational waste, business flights, and employee commute by 2030.