Integral Consulting Engineering’s Atlanta design studio delivers mechanical and electrical engineering, sustainable design, operations consulting and performance engineering services to drive real change in the industry and ultimately for the environment. Atlanta is the Nation’s most heavily forested major metropolitan area and is ranked as the United States’ 5th Best City for Green Real Estate.
Nestled in foodie-favorite West Midtown and adjacent to the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology, Integral Consulting Engineering recently found a home in Brickworks, an adaptive reuse development of an early-1880s furniture warehouse. Our loft-style office’s theme focuses on material sustainability and incorporates salvaged materials (doors, tile) from the Lifecycle Building Center of Greater Atlanta, carpet tile from Interface manufactured using salvaged fishing nets, and furniture fabricated using re-purposed materials.
Integral Consulting Engineering Atlanta Design Studio
1000 Marietta St, NW, Suite 238
Atlanta, GA 30318
Regional Director, US East
Chris is responsible for our strategic growth and performance of the US East Operations, and also serves as the Commissioning Director for Canadian Operations. With a broad understanding of high performance design & operation, his approach is rooted in the philosophy that environmentally responsible facilities must constantly evolve to suit the technology available, in balance with the client’s goals and objectives. Since joining Integral Group, Chris was responsible for growing the Performance Engineering Service offering – a team of subject matter experts specializing in building optimization – delivering building audits, condition assessments & commissioning services for our clients. Chris thrives in a team environment and implements an integrated team approach with every client. He has collaborated on a multitude of high performance driven projects across diverse sectors which are pursuing or have achieved Living Building, Net Zero or LEED Platinum certification.
Managing Principal, Atlanta
Stanton Stafford is a Mechanical Engineer and the Managing Principal of Integral Consulting Engineering, the Atlanta, Georgia Studio of Integral Group. Recognized as a green building and sustainability leader, Stanton brings 20 years of experience designing, modeling, and commissioning mechanical systems for a variety of building types. With a goal of maximizing the potential of every building, Stanton’s passion is working with clients from IDEAS-to-IMPLEMENTATION-to-IMPACT to drive value through high performance design and operations solutions.
Nationally, Stanton is helping promote healthy, resilient, low-energy, low-water use buildings as the Chair of ASHRAE Technical Committee 2.8 – Building Environmental Impacts and Sustainability and Secretary of ASHRAE Standard 228P – Standard Method of Evaluating Zero Net Energy Building Performance. Locally, he serves as a Past Chair and Advisory Board Member of the Lifecycle Building Center of Greater Atlanta, an entrepreneurial non-profit focused on building material salvage and reuse.
Juli joins Integral Group’s Atlanta office as principal leading project management and overseeing operations. A licensed architect, she holds a Master of Architecture degree with an emphasis in sustainable design from the University of Texas at Austin. Throughout her education and career, Juli has been passionate about sustainability. Her project experience includes being sustainability lead for over 60 LEED-certified projects and sustainability strategist for non-LEED projects.
Juli was a founding member of the US Green Building Council (USGBC) Northern California Chapter and served on its Board of Directors. She also served on the Atlanta Board of Directors for the USGBC Georgia Chapter holding the offices of Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-Chair, and Chair. Juli oversaw the transition of the USGBC Georgia Chapter from a volunteer-run organization to a USGBC nationally-administered organization.
Juli has taught in a Master’s degree-level program, creating and teaching the first sustainable design course for the architecture school at Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California.