Faith Technologies Hires Virtual Construction Technology Manager
Menasha, Wis. (July 13, 2017) – Faith Technologies, a leading electrical planning, engineering, design and installation contractor, recently hired Lonnie Cumpton as virtual construction technology manager at its corporate headquarters in Menasha, Wisconsin.
In his new role, Cumpton will lead a team responsible for researching, developing, training, implementing and optimizing technology in Faith’s continued integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM). This includes evaluating new software, hardware, and workflows to expand Faith’s virtual construction strategies to support projects at all stages of work, as well as promoting Faith’s BIM/3D/virtual construction capabilities to internal and external customers.
“The addition of Lonnie to Faith’s virtual construction technology team is something the entire department is thrilled about,” Tom Clark, executive vice president of preconstruction at Faith Technologies, said. “Lonnie’s breadth of industry experience is a real asset to this position, and we are fortunate to have his expertise on our team.”
Prior to his position at Faith, Cumpton worked as the Director of BIM Technologies at Taylor Design in Irvine, California. With a career in technologies that impact the process of designing, building and operating facilities for more than 25 years, he has expertise in a wide range of technologies and strategies, holding certifications in product design/development, marketing, architecture, project management, and storyboarding. Cumpton has been featured in publications such as Architectural Evangelist, AUGIWorld and Design Intelligence, and in public speaking engagements at Autodesk University, Revit Technology Conference, and Bluebeam Extreme. In the area of innovation, he has been researching and developing methods to support BIM to Fabrication processes.