Markets We Serve
We work with clients in a wide range of markets, and the issues that matter most to their success are just as diverse. No matter the arena, we tailor our services to get to the right outcomes. Forging technical solutions to find the best way forward is how we approach every client and project.
For nearly two decades, our industrial clients have trusted us to help them find the right solutions to their toughest environmental, health, and natural resource challenges.
We work closely with lawyers and law firms to provide clear, convincing, and objective technical expertise on a broad array of regulatory and litigation matters.
Integral works with cities, counties, publicly owned utilities, and state and federal agencies throughout the United States.
We have the experience and technical acumen to help trade groups in a range of industries evaluate regulatory issues, pursue critical technical goals, and respond to public and stakeholder concerns.
Whether it’s dealing with the complexities of a brownfield redevelopment or evaluating the technical merits of an insurance matter, we know how to find solutions to the unique issues commercial clients face.
Our People Are Our Strength
We offer a highly experienced and dedicated team of professionals and supporting staff, many of whom are recognized experts in their fields. Technical specialists include ecologists, toxicologists, biologists, aquatic scientists, geologists, hydrogeologists, environmental and atmospheric chemists, and meteorologists; civil, geotechnical, environmental, hydrologic, and geologic engineers.
recent news and articles
Could your groundwater discharge require a permit under the Clean Water Act? Integral Consulting Principal Marcia Greenblatt, Ph.D., P.E., explains the technical issues and challenges that you may need to address, pending the outcome of a Supreme Court decision on a...
Integral Consulting Inc.’s Ann Bradley and Chris Stevens will host a booth at the Duke University first-annual Nic Explore Career Options (ECO) event, held on November 14. This career fair is sponsored by the Nicholas School of the Environment, which offers academic...
Questions about the sources of chemicals in the environment can be addressed through forensic methods. Integral scientists Andrew Nicholson, Ph.D., and Dreas Nielsen will teach an environmental forensics course as part of the certification requirements for licensed...