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Faith Technologies Adds Computational Developer, Mark Mendez to Growing Technology Team

Menasha, Wis. (Dec 13, 2018) – Faith Technologies, an energy expert and national leader in electrical planning, engineering, design and installation, recently hired Mark Mendez as a computational developer at its Innovation Center in Menasha, Wisconsin. Mendez joins the Technology Integration team that is responsible for researching, developing, training, integrating, implementing and optimizing technology that supports improved and/or automated workflows across the organization.

Prior to joining Faith, Mark was a consultant at the innovative EvolveLAB building information modeling (BIM) consultancy, where he was able to bring fresh perspectives on data-driven solutions that accelerate progress in an ever-evolving architecture, engineering and construction industry.

“The integration of technology is central to our business strategy and processes,” Ashley Nichols, group leader of virtual design and construction for Faith Technologies, said. “Mark represents a new generation of integrator, both facilitating the integration of new technology for faster vertical and horizontal growth, as well as opening up our current project data to make informed decisions based on computational analysis.”

“Faith continues to gather project insight. Through massive amounts of project data, and with advances in generative design, machine learning, “internet of things,” and artificial intelligence, we are now at a point where we can integrate these technologies into our organization,” Lonnie Cumpton, virtual construction technology manager at Faith Technologies, said. “The addition of Mendez greatly accelerates our roadmap for these integrations, and also represents the first step toward building a competitive, computationally driven innovation team.”

Mendez has a Bachelor of Science in engineering physics from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado.