Faith Technologies expands operations in Outagamie County
New manufacturing facility in Little Chute will create 275 jobs
MADISON, WI. April 4, 2019 – Faith Technologies Inc., a leading electrical planning, engineering, design and installation expert, is expanding its Excellerate division with the construction of a new manufacturing facility in Little Chute—a $20 million project expected to create 275 jobs over the next three years.
“This investment by Faith Technologies solidifies the company’s continued commitment to Wisconsin and is a testament to the strength of our manufacturing industry,” said Mark R. Hogan, secretary and CEO of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, the state’s lead economic development organization. “I congratulate Faith Technologies on its expansion and look forward to its continued success in Little Chute as well as its other Wisconsin locations.”
“This new facility is the first truly smart manufacturing building in Wisconsin. With it, we are excited to showcase the things we are doing to industrialize the construction industry, as well as the energy components like our on-site microgrid,” said Scott Romenesko, president of Excellerate Manufacturing. “The support from our local communities, organizations like WEDC, and the hard-working, skilled tradespeople we have in Wisconsin made it possible to build this state-of-the-art facility right in our backyard.”
Founded in 1972, Faith Technologies is an employee-owned, full-service electrical, engineering and technology systems contractor headquartered in Menasha with 20 locations in nine states.
Excellerate, a subsidiary of Faith Technologies, is an electrically focused manufacturer of made-to-order assemblies through custom-engineered construction solutions that drive cost savings, schedule compression and safety excellence. Excellerate serves the energy, manufacturing, supply chain and construction landscape.
With locations throughout the country, Excellerate also operates manufacturing hubs in Oshkosh, Neenah and Appleton. The Oshkosh and Neenah manufacturing spaces will continue to focus on manufacturing and assembly work for electrical construction, while the new Little Chute facility will be the hub for product innovation and research and development in the areas of energy, microgrids, modular-builds, e-houses and specialty engineering.
WEDC is supporting the project by authorizing up to $800,000 in state income tax credits over the next three years. The actual amount of tax credits Faith Technologies will receive is contingent upon the number of jobs created during that period.
In addition to the 275 jobs expected to be created by the company, an economic modeling study estimates the project could indirectly generate 136 additional jobs in the region. Those 411 total new jobs are expected to generate over $3 million in state income tax revenue over a five-year period.
About the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) leads economic development efforts for the state by advancing and maximizing opportunities in Wisconsin for businesses, communities and people to thrive in a globally competitive environment. Working with more than 600 regional and local partners, WEDC develops and delivers solutions representative of a highly responsive and coordinated economic development network. Visit wedc.org or follow WEDC on Twitter @WEDCNews to learn more.
About Excellerate Manufacturing
Excellerate Manufacturing is an electrically focused manufacturer of made-to-order assemblies through custom-engineered construction solutions that drive cost savings, schedule compression and safety excellence. Excellerate serves the energy, manufacturing, supply chain and construction landscape. Learn more about Excellerate at excelleratemfg.com.
About Faith Technologies
Established in 1972, Faith Technologies, Inc. is an energy expert and national leader in electrical planning, engineering, design and installation. As a comprehensive authority in the field of electrical and energy services, Faith leads industry change through a dedicated investment in technology, strategic project consulting and process engineering that drives productivity, value, and above all, safety. Breaking industry benchmarks, Faith drives trends in growth and development through continual investment in their merit-based employees’ skill, leadership and career development. Faith Technologies is headquartered in Menasha, Wisconsin and has regional offices throughout the country. For more information on news, press and accolades, visit faithtechnologies.com/news.
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