WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — Conservation Services Group (CSG) announced that Ken Neuhauser, M.Arch., MSc. Arch., LEED AP, has joined its expanding Consulting Services division. Named a senior project manager, Neuhauser brings almost two decades of energy efficiency and building design experience to CSG.
Neuhauser will provide technical design support and building enclosure commissioning for CSG clients. He will also manage construction projects and deep energy retrofits. Prior to joining CSG, Neuhauser was a senior associate at Building Science Corp.
CSG noted that its Consulting Services team has doubled in just five years. The group provides solutions for new and existing buildings and facilities, including large multifamily and nonresidential structures such as schools and community buildings. It works with owners, architects, and builders to design affordable, high-performance buildings. Services range from energy auditing and plans review to HVAC commissioning and consulting on enclosures and mechanical systems.
Neuhauser joins CSG during a period of strategic growth within its Consulting Services division. Other recent hires include Wes Stanhope and Henry Harvey. Stanhope, CEM, EBCP, adds 10+ years of construction and energy experience including ASHRAE level audits, retro-commissioning, and HVAC installations at government facilities. Harvey, P.E., is a licensed mechanical engineer who contributes energy analysis and HVAC commissioning services.
“CSG is well-known for its energy efficiency programs for existing homes, but our team’s expertise and reach extend far beyond to cover many building types,” said Caitriona Cooke, the group’s director. “Consulting Services brings unique expertise to our projects because we can address both the enclosure and the mechanical systems. Adding proven leaders such as Ken, Wes, and Henry to our team is a significant boost in this growing area.”
The Consulting Services team is engaged in projects nationwide.
For more information, visit www.csgrp.com/consulting.
Publication date: 10/6/2014