Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The Conservation Services Group's first new logo since 1984 now has won five awards, including four this year.
A Westborough energy firm's new corporate logo is energizing viewers. The Conservation Services Group's first new logo since 1984 now has won five awards, including four this year, officials said in a recent press release. The 2012 honors are: The logo earned a gold award from MarCom International in 2011, officials said.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Westborough will use Conservation Services Group's gift at the DPW and elsewhere in town.
The Westborough Department of Public Works will use eight of 22 laptop computers -- each about five years old -- donated by a Washington Street energy efficiency firm, in the field, town MIS/GIS Director Mark Stockman says. Of the remaining 14 laptops donated by the Conservation Services Group, "some will replace some of our older computers, and some will be used for some new purpose," Stockman told selectmen Tuesday night. Selectmen voted unanimously to accept the donation and to send the firm a thank you letter. The Conservation Services Group is headquartered at 50 Washington St., Suite 3000. Each of the laptops targeted for the DPW "can be turned into a tablet" for that department's use, Stockman said. Stockman said the donation …
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
One of Conservation Services Group's contracts there was not renewed. Office will remain open.
A Westborough-based energy efficiency firm will lay off some of its Portland, Ore. employees because one of its contracts in that area was not renewed. Conservation Services Group Senior Vice President of Human Resources Maureen Huffam said Monday that it was "difficult to speculate" how many employees would be affected. The firm is targeting Dec. 31, but possibly early January, for the staffing changes, she said. "Some are going to be relocating to other CSG offices," while others would pursue other jobs in the industry, Huffam said. Some have asked about moving to the Westborough office, "so we'll be bringing them back here," she said. CSG had that particular contract in Portland for about five years, she said. "We're still going to have…