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  • New Year Brings New Roles at Wright Service Corp.

    In alignment with Wright Service Corp.’s strategic vision, we are excited to announce new and expanded roles within the organization. Over the last several years, we have been working on identifying and seizing opportunities for strategic and operational improvement for our family of companies. “To ensure success for years to come, to better serve our…

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  • Rocky’s Recollections: Looking Back at the Last Twelve Years

    Looking back at my nearly 12 years with the company, a few things stand out that may be of interest to any reader reviewing the history of the company and my part of that history. The mere opening of the risk manager position is a sordid story, but it provided an opportunity for me. While…

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  • Wright Service Corp. Completes Acquisition of Transcon Environmental, Inc.

    Wright Service Corp. announced today a new acquisition agreement related to its proposed business combination with Transcon Environmental, Inc.  “We are delighted to welcome Transcon Environmental associates to our family of companies,” said Chairman and CEO Scott Packard. “The management core at Transcon is very strong and passionate about what they do.” Wright Service Corp.’s business operating systems and expertise is in consulting utility vegetation management including inspection, auditing,…

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  • Alejandro Reyes Named 2021 Wright Service Corp. Employee Owner of the Year

    Congratulations to Alejandro Reyes, this year’s Employee Owner of the Year! Click the graphic below to learn more about the award from Wright Service Corp. Chairman and CEO Scott Packard and see how Alejandro learned about the news. Congratulations to the 2021 WSC Employee Owner of the Year, Wright Tree Service Division 80 Project Manager…

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  • Seed A Legacy: Pollinator Habitat Program

    Seed A Legacy Program Wright Service Corp. is taking advantage of a partnership to help honeybees and monarch butterflies through the Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund’s (BBHF) pollinator habitat program called Seed A Legacy. The BBHF’s project on campus grounds will establish a high-quality pollinator habitat to ensure that honeybee and monarch butterfly populations thrive….

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