Faith Technologies Announces Promotions Within Critical Technologies Team
President of Critical Technologies, Vice President of Mission Critical and Group Manager Appointed
Menasha, Wis. (March 31, 2015) – Faith Technologies, a leading full-service electrical, engineering and technology systems contractor, recently announced promotions to appoint a president of critical technologies, vice president of mission critical and group manager of specialty systems, all of whom will oversee critical technologies functions across the company.
David Jahner, newly appointed president of critical technologies, is responsible for the executive management and oversight of all operations for the critical technologies group, which includes the mission critical, wireless/telecommunications and specialty systems groups. In this role he provides leadership to develop and implement strategic planning for growth in targeted markets by identifying and generating new business while establishing and maintaining customer relationships. Jahner has been an employee of Faith Technologies since 1992 and has held roles ranging from electrical helper to group president.
Heath Luedtke, newly appointed vice president of mission critical, is responsible for the operations and business strategy of the mission critical unit with a niche focus on data center construction and renovation. In this role he provides overall management for personnel, field operations, project planning, profitability, risk management, budgeting, scheduling and client satisfaction. Since joining Faith Technologies in 1994, Luedtke’s roles have included electrical apprentice, project manager and vice president of Madison, Wis. branch operations.
Jason Spang, newly appointed group manager of specialty systems, is responsible for providing overall management for electrical and specialty systems construction projects and overseeing personnel. This includes creating and managing a profit center structure to support business development strategy, profitability and competitive advantage. Spang has been an employee of Faith Technologies since 1995 and has held roles ranging from apprentice to branch manager prior to his most recent promotion.
With continued growth across the organization and to better serve clients, Faith Technologies has identified three key value streams and is shifting its vertical markets to comprise of three main groups – general building, industrial and critical technologies.