A firm hired to provide oversight of the $179.5 million Torrington Middle/High School project is out of a job after the City Council and Board of Education voted to terminate its contract. The move follows a series of votes by the boards in recent weeks over a nearly $1 million contract with Construction Solutions Group, or CSG, of West Hartford. The company was hired last year to serve as an owner’s representative on the middle/high school building project starting to get underway at the site of the current high school on Major Besse Drive. An owner’s representative is someone hired by the owner of a project to manage and execute a construction contract project on their behalf. The school project building committee voted to remove CSG as the owner’s representative on Sept. 30 following an executive session. Arum said it’s up for discussion whether there will be a new owner’s representative hired to replace CSG.