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Two Faith Technologies’ Projects Recognized as The Daily Reporter’s 2011 Top Projects

Menasha, Wis. (May 7, 2012) – Two of Faith Technologies projects, the University of Wisconsin, Chazen Museum of Art and the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh, Sage Hall, have been named to The Daily Reporter’s 2011 Top Projects list.

University of Wisconsin, Chazen Museum of Art
The Chazen Museum of Art project consisted of a 60,000 square foot expansion east of the existing structure. Faith Technologies provided the audio/visual, electrical systems, fire alarm systems, preconstruction services, and security for the project. At the height of construction, Faith Technologies had more than 20 electricians and specialty systems technicians on site. The $43,000,000 project began in June 2009 and was completed in December 2011.

University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh, Sage Hall
Sage Hall, the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh’s first new academic building since 1971, is a four-story, 191,000 square foot building designed to accommodate the College of Business, the College of Letters and Science, and several departments. Faith Technologies provided lighting control to meet LEED requirements, electrical systems, back up generation, fire alarm systems, data/voice systems, card access systems, and audio/visual systems. The $48,000,000 project began in February 2010 and was completed in August 2011.

Thirty projects were selected from more than 100 submissions. The Top Projects of 2011 were chosen by the editors and publisher of The Daily Reporter based on the following criteria: commitment to sustainable construction, positive impact on surrounding communities, and innovation.

Faith Technologies was recognized for its work on these projects at an awards dinner held on May 3, 2012 at The Garage of the Harley-Davidson Museum. All Top Projects will be featured in a special May publication of The Daily Reporter.