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Insight Publications | July 12, 2019

“Homegrown Talent: Manufacturers Turn to In-House Training Options to Develop Workforce”
More manufacturers are creating their own training programs to help fill their open jobs.

Construction Executive | June 9, 2019

“Establishing an Effective Safety Committee”
In the world of construction, there is nothing more important than safety. One growing risk to job site safety today is distraction caused by personal technology. Nearly everyone in today’s culture has a cell phone or other mobile device in hand or tucked in a pocket, and it only takes one moment of diversion to put someone at risk of getting seriously injured (or worse) on the job.

Construction Executive | June 4, 2019

“Increase Productivity and Cost Savings With Site Logistics Planning”
Today’s companies continuously strive to redefine what’s possible. Over the years, productivity and efficiencies have improved greatly through technologies such as robotic total stations and BIM. Sometimes, however, solutions aren’t found in the latest technology. That’s where developing a more proactive versus reactive culture on project sites becomes pertinent.

Wisconsin State Journal | May 19, 2019

“Pioneered by UW Professor, Microgrids Enable Energy Independence, Resiliency”
One such project, built by Menasha-based Faith Technologies, has been running for the last year at the Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve in Appleton. On an overcast day in early May with temperatures hovering around 50 degrees, two fields of solar panels were kicking out a little more than twice what was needed to supply an 18,000-square-foot lodge, an educational center and a handful of outbuildings.

Insight Publications LLC | April 1, 2019

“Transformation: Faith Technologies Continues to Expand Into New Markets”
Faith Technologies, Inc. CEO Mike Jansen has guided the Menasha-based company into new sectors, including manufacturing electrical kits, which increases productivity and improves safety in the field. The company looks to top $1 billion in revenue this year.

CIO Review | March 2019 Issue

“A Look at the Future of Energy”
This is an exciting time to be working in energy – what was once thought of as impossible is not only becoming possible, but already being created. These clean energy solutions are good for the Earth and are also helping build a more connected world.

Read more in this feature article by Steve Nieland, Faith Technologies’ Solutions Architect of Energy.

Modern Contractor Solutions | February 25, 2019

“Why Logistics Is the Key to Contractor Productivity”
Logistics helps companies complete jobs more efficiently in a shorter timeframe. While the construction industry has increased productivity by only three percent in the past 40 years, Faith Technologies is working to increase productivity by 20 percent in less time through the implementation of jobsite logistics.

Kansas City Business Journal | February 22, 2019

“2019 Healthiest Employers: Faith Technologies Inc.”
Faith Technologies wellness platform and mobile app through our workplace wellness partner, SimplyWell, allow participants to sync various apps and wearable health devices to participate in numerous physical activity and sleep challenges.

WHBY-Radio | February 20, 2019

“50 Girls Learn About Engineering”
About 50 girls from the Boys and Girls Brigade in Neenah got a chance to learn about engineering last night. They toured the micro-grid energy system at Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve in Grand Chute. Faith Technologies built it and company spokeswoman Renee Torzala says the project’s lead engineer is a woman.

IAEI | February 13, 2019

“Nature Preserve Features Advanced Clean-Energy Microgrid”
One of the most advanced microgrids in North America can be found at Bubolz Nature Preserve in Northeast Wisconsin. Faith Technologies CEO Mike Jansen initiated the project at the preserve and launched a microgrid that incorporates as many as five distributed energy resources (DERs) into one power production facility.

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