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2020

Spectrum News 1 | June 23, 2020

“Faith Technologies is Making Contactless Temperature Checks a Reality”
To help contain the spread of COVID-19, temperature checks at places of work are becoming more common. Faith Technologies of Menasha has developed a screening process which they believe is quicker and safer for workers.



EC&M | June 17, 2020

“Faith Technologies Supports Businesses Reopening with Automated Body Temperature Scanning”
Faith Technologies offers a full-service solution from hardware selection to installation. The technology allows facilities to help protect the health and safety of employees and visitors.



NBC26 | June 17, 2020

“Faith Technologies: Touchless Thermal Imaging”
Faith Technologies new systems detect elevated body temperatures, which are a key symptom for a number of illnesses, enabling businesses to work to provide the safest conditions possible for their employees, visitors and customers.



CBS 58 | June 16, 2020

“The Future of Thermal Imaging”
You soon may have to take your temperature to go into businesses. Faith Technologies has a new thermal imager. It can take the temperature of up to 16 people in under a second, with accuracy to one-half degree. Similar tools could be used to allow plants, hospitals and even concerns open sooner.



WFRV-TV | June 16, 2020

“Automated Body Temperature Scanners Being Used Locally”
Faith Technologies is now offering a turn-key thermal imaging solution to help companies perform temperature checks as they begin to reopen. The customizable automated technology is a touch-less scanning solution that provides rapid, accurate results to help organizations keep business moving forward.



WFRV-TV | June 15, 2020

“Menasha Company Offering Mass Temperature Check Technology”
A Menasha company is offering mass thermal imaging to help companies perform instant temperature checks as they reopen. Faith Technologies says the touchless scanning solution can provide temperature readings for 16 people in less than one second, all at once.



BizTimes Media | June 2, 2020

“Notable Women in Construction and Design: Clare Hirssig”
Clare Hirssig is a key contributor to the General Building Engineering Team at Faith Technologies. She works in the Pewaukee office for Menasha-based Faith Technologies, and has been with the company for five of the 12 years she has been in the industry.



FOX4 WDAF | June 2, 2020

“Metro Company Partners to Install Thermal Cameras, in Effort to Slow Spread of COVID-19”
It’s becoming more common to walk into a business with someone waiting at the front door holding a thermometer. Employers and establishments are doing this to slow the spread of COVID-19. Faith Technologies has spent recent weeks working with vendors to install more than a dozen hands-free thermal imaging body temperature camera systems in places all over the country.



Civil + Structural Engineer | June 1, 2020

“Meeting Healthcare Challenges Through Prefabricated Modular Solutions and Engineering”
As the COVID-19 crisis puts pressure on healthcare facilities to meet patient surges, prefabricated modular solutions are gaining ground as viable alternatives to brick-and-mortar structures. As such, the STAAT ModTM (Strategic, Temporary, Acuity-Adaptable Treatment) is a quick-ship solution for healthcare ICU surge capacity, which HGA and The Boldt Company, in partnership with Tweet/Garot Mechanical, Faith Technologies and IMEG, collaborated to bring to market in response to the pandemic.



HGA | May 26, 2020

“Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center First Hospital to Install STAAT Mod™
Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center today became the first hospital in the nation to install STAAT Mod™ modular units to care for COVID-19 and other critically ill patients. These units, designed by HGA and prefabricated and assembled by The Boldt Company, arrived on site April 25, were assembled and connected to the hospital infrastructure, and are ready to receive their first COVID-19 patients this month.



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