Award Recognition

CAPACCIO’S sound performance, responsiveness to clients, relationships with regulators, extensive knowledgebase, and wealth of experience has helped us win numerous awards.


CAPACCIO's Dan Forsythe Selected as Toxics Use Reduction Planner Champion

Congratulations to CAPACCIO’s Senior Associate and Practice Area Leader for the Semiconductor and Electronics industries, Dan Forsythe (left) , on being selected as a Toxics Use Reduction Planner Champion for the Toxics Use Reduction Institutes’ 25th Anniversary! Dan was honored in the Great Hall of the Massachusetts State House at the Champions of Toxics Use Reduction Recognition Ceremony on Tuesday, June 16th.  The special ceremony recognized community organizations, businesses, and individuals who have reduced or eliminated the use of toxic chemicals. Dan has displayed exceptional work providing TUR services at Analog Devices, Inc. who was chosen as a 2015 TURA 25th Anniversary Leader. 
Dan also received the President’s Award from the Semiconductor Environmental Safety and Health Association (SESHA) in recognition of Dan’s unique and significant service to SESHA and his substantial contributions to the fields of environmental, health, and safety in the semiconductor industry. We are very proud of Dan’s hard work, dedication, and expertise with TUR planning. Way to go, Dan!


Analog Devices, Inc. Receives TURA 25th Anniversary Leadership Award

On March 18, The Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) formally recognized Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a CAPACCIO client, with the TURA 25th Anniversary Leadership award from the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) Program. The award was based on ADI’s environmental leadership and constant pursuit of environmental excellence to toxics use reduction and resource conservation in Massachusetts. ADI was one of only nine companies across Massachusetts being honored by the TURI Program.

“We selected Analog Devices due to their vigilance to never rest and always seek ways to improve,” said Liz Harriman, deputy director of the Toxics Use Reduction Institute at UMass Lowell. “ADI is constantly innovating to reuse water, use safer materials and conserve energy.”

“It all started with our training in Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) planning that has become pervasive throughout ADI,” said Beth Tshudy, Environmental, Health and Safety Manager at Analog Devices in Wilmington. “The planning framework gives our team a tool to constantly analyze and improve everything we do. Our mindset is relentless pursuit of perfection. And it’s worked. We’ve been able to increase production, save money, improve safety, and become more competitive.”

ADI has been a CAPACCIO client since 1992 and TUR planning is among one of the many services CAPACCIO provides. ADI was recognized by the TURI Program in 2010, and receiving the award again shows their commitment toward continuously making substantial improvements in energy, water and chemical savings.

“ADI constantly demonstrates outstanding levels of commitment to strong environmental, health and safety performance,” said Lisa Wilk, president and CEO of CAPACCIO. “Our work with ADI clearly demonstrates how both industry and the environment prosper when sustainable strategies are designed and implemented.”

In 2014, Newsweek magazine ranked ADI as among the greenest companies in the United States. Analog Devices placed 50th in the 2014 Newsweek U.S. Green rankings, moving up from 92nd place in 2012, the last year the rankings were issued.


CAPACCIO Achieves 6th Place In ZweigWhite’s Best Places to Work Contest

July, 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


Lisa F. Wilk Named as a 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Lisa F. Wilk, President and CEO of CAPACCIO, was selected as one of the 2011 Outstanding Women in Business by the Worcester Business Journal.

Ms. Wilk was chosen among other candidates to receive this honor based on her business achievements, industry/community recognitions, contributions to the community, mentoring, and her professional and personal leadership and commitment to Central Massachusetts. 

As a winner, Ms. Wilk was profiled in the October 24th issue of the Worcester Business Journal, both in print and online, and was honored at an awards celebration on November 9, 2011 at Tuckerman’s Hall in Worcester. Read Article


Marlborough Regional Chamber

Marlborough Regional Chamber of CommerceIn March 2011, the Marborough Regional Chamber of Commerce held its 2010 Business Awards Recognition Dinner. The annual event recognizes outstanding businesses and individuals in the city. At this event, CAPACCIO was awarded the "Green Award".


CAPACCIO Recognized by DiversityBusiness

Diversity BusinessIn February 2011, DiversityBusiness announced that CAPACCIO was chosen as one of the Top Privately Owned Businesses and also made the list of Top 50 Women-Owned Businesses in Massachusetts (number 26 overall, and number 1 in the environmental engineering / consulting firm category).

DiversityBusiness.com is the nation's primary resource portal for business connections. It is a membership-based exchange platform that facilitates contacts and communication between major corporations and a diverse supplier base, provides supplier diversity tools, streamlines budiness processes and communicates vital business news and information.


Winner of Best Places to Work

EBC Best Places to WorkCAPACCIO recognizes that our best resources for our clients are our employees, and we hire and retain the most qualified staff and support their ongoing professional development.  In 2008 and 2009, CAPACCIO was awarded first place in the Environmental Business Council of New England’s Best Places to Work competition (the contest was not conducted in 2010 and 2011).  Winners were chosen based on results of anonymous employee surveys.