CAPACCIO Places 7th in Zweig Group’s Best Firms To Work For Award Contest  Reply

BFTWF_2015CAPACCIO is proud to announce it achieved 7th place – out of approximately 500 A/E/C firms who entered across the US and Canada – in the Zweig Group Best Firms To Work For Awards contest, environmental engineering category. CAPACCIO, and this year’s other winners, will receive special awards during a black tie celebration dinner at the Hot Firm and A/E Industry Awards Conference taking place September 3-4 in Boston.

“CAPACCIO’s vision includes being a great place to work with a talented, energetic, and passionately engaged staff committed to the success of our clients and to each other,” said CEO and President Lisa F. Wilk, PE. “Toward this end, we strive to foster an atmosphere for professional growth, innovation, teamwork, open-communication, and feeling valued. We are very excited to be recognized for the second year in a row with our efforts toward this goal.”

View the 2015 award winners at this link:
https://zweiggroup.com/awards/best-firms-to-work-for/2015_winners.php

Zweig Group is the nation’s leader in enhancing business performance for architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms.  An independent research firm reviewed company practices and the results of anonymous employee surveys to select and recognize the top firms.  The results are based on assessments of workplace practices, benefits, compensation, retention rates, employee engagement, and more.

CAPACCIO Is Named As One of ZweigWhite’s Best Places to Work Reply

August, 2014 – CAPACCIO is proud to announce it achieved 6th place – out of approximately 500 environmental firms who entered across the US and Canada – in ZweigWhite’s Best Places to Work contest. ZweigWhite provides management information and expertise to architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms worldwide. CAPACCIO, and this year’s other winners, will be officially announced and honored at ZweigWhite’s Hot Firm and A/E Industry Awards Conference on September 25-26, 2014.

The contest, which was based on anonymous employee surveys, was conducted by ELI Research, and recognizes the top architecture, structural engineering, civil engineering, environmental, and multidiscipline firms in the US and Canada. The results are based on questions regarding workplace practices, employee benefits, employee retention rates, and much more.

CAPACCIO’s vision includes being a great place to work, with a talented, energetic, and passionately engaged staff committed to the success of our clients and to each other. Toward this end, we foster an atmosphere for professional growth, innovation, teamwork, open-communication, and feeling valued, and are very excited to be recognized for our efforts toward this goal.

For more information, please visit:
http://www.zweigwhite.com/awards/best-firms-to-work-for/2014_winners.php

CAPACCIO’s Wayne Bates, PhD, PE, ENV SP, to moderate AIM sustainability roundtable on November 12 Reply

Please join us Tuesday, November 12 at the Western Massachusetts Food Bank in Hatfield, MA for the next sustainability roundtable event. Sustainability is a journey, not a destination, and the overall objectives for this roundtable event include:

1. Providing an introduction to sustainability and current trends in sustainability
2. Sharing best practices and experiences in the area of sustainability
3. Participating in structured workshops using tools that participants can take back to their organizations

Facilitated by Wayne Bates, PhD, PE, ENV SP, Vice President and sustainability services leader at Capaccio Environmental Engineering, the roundtable will focus on determining what sustainability may mean to your organization and determine where you are along your journey. We will also discuss how to plan for implementation and benchmark progress. We will begin by asking questions like; What is your organization doing well? What could you improve upon? What current strengths could be converted into opportunities? What weaknesses could become threats? Answering these questions provides a perspective that often sheds light on what internal practices may be achieving sustainable results but may not be communicated within or outside the organization. In addition, you will learn how to use structured conversations and SWOT analyses to discover commonality among functional areas within your organization as you move toward identifying and implementing your goals.

In effort to demonstrate our commitment to the true meaning of sustainability, at the November 12 roundtable session we will be collecting donations for the Food Bank. We encourage you to bring your non-perishable items in a shopping bag to the roundtable event.

To register visit: http://iz3.me/CtoH1zEkab81

Prices:
AIM Members $50/session, $150/season pass
Non-Members $100/session, $300/season pass

Date | Location | Registration
November 12 – 7:45 am to 11:00 am
Food Bank of Western MA
97 North Hatfield Road, Hatfield
Participation is limited to people who maintain direct responsibility for sustainability at their companies. We welcome your interest, expertise and passion, as AIM introduces a new resource to help Massachusetts businesses.

For questions regarding registration, please contact Gloria Fischer at gfischer@aimnet.org or 617.262.1180. For questions about the roundtable, please contact Wayne Bates at wbates@capaccio.com or 508.970.0033 ext. 121.

CAPACCIO’s Wayne Bates to moderate a panel on Sustainability at the AdvaMed 2012 Conference Reply

Capaccio Environmental Engineering, Inc.’s (CAPACCIO’s) panel session “Addressing the Evolving Sustainability Demands for the Medical Device Industry” was recently chosen to be among 34 presentations at the 2012 AdvaMed conference. The AdvaMed conference is the leading MedTech Conference for global CEOs, business executives, policy-makers, financiers, media, and industry stakeholders and will be held October 1 – 3 at the Boston Convention and Visitor’s Center. Traditionally held in Washington, DC, this will be the first time the conference will be held in Boston, and more than 800 companies will be in attendance. This will also be the first time the AdvaMed conference will have a panel discussion devoted to sustainability.

CAPACCIO’s panel session will bring together four sustainability leaders from leading Medical Device companies to discuss the current and future issues around sustainability. They will offer their unique perspective into how they are addressing sustainability in their organizations including the numerous value drivers for sustainability, identifying appropriate sustainability objectives, establishing and managing programs to achieve these objectives, and transparently communicating sustainability performance to interested internal and external stakeholders.

Wayne E. Bates, PhD, PE, Vice President at CAPACCIO will moderate the panel which includes Joe Jansen, Vice President, Environmental, Health and Safety, from Covidien; Suzanne Fiorino, Senior Director Sustainability, Medical Devices & Diagnostics, from Johnson & Johnson; Don Young, Senior Vice President/Corporate Sustainability, from Smith & Nephew, Inc.; and Ellen Kondracki, Director, Sustainable Innovation & Stakeholder Relations, from Becton, Dickinson and Company.

For more information about AdvaMed 2012, please visit http://advamed2012.com/