Faith Technologies, a leading full-service electrical, engineering and technology systems contractor, recently announced promotions to appoint a group president of industrial, vice president of industrial strategic accounts and vice president of industrial construction.
As group president of the industrial business unit, Scott Romenesko is responsible for executive management and oversight of all operations for the industrial group, which includes construction, automation integration, process controls and strategic accounts, as well as the elite services group. In this role, he provides strategic leadership to develop and implement strategic planning for growth in targeted markets by identifying and generating new business while establishing and maintaining customer relationships. Romenesko has been an employee of Faith Technologies since 2014, and previously held the role of director of strategic growth.
Dan Salm, newly appointed vice president of industrial strategic accounts, is responsible for the operations and business strategy of the strategic industrial accounts, which includes elite services, as well as Faith Technologies’ Appleton operations. 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, his roles have included electrician, journeyman, project manager, group manager and branch manager.
Darryl Betro, newly appointed vice president of industrial construction, is responsible for the operations and business strategy of the industrial construction unit as well as Faith Technologies’ Plover, Wis. and Minnesota operations. In this role, he provides overall management for personnel, field operations, project planning, profitability, risk management, budgeting, scheduling and client satisfaction. Betro has been an employee of Faith Technologies since 1985, and has held roles such as electrician, superintendent, project manager, branch manager and executive vice president.
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.
About Faith Technologies: Faith Technologies, Inc. is an employee-owned, full-service electrical, engineering and technology systems contractor operating nationally with locations in Georgia, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. Established in 1972, Faith Technologies is one of the largest privately-held specialty contractors in the United States with more than 2,000 employees. The company is ranked 39th in Engineering News Record’s (ENR) “Top 600 Specialty Contractors” and 17th on its “Top 50 Firms in Electrical” list, as well as 12th among Electrical Construction and Maintenance (EC&M) magazine’s “Top 50 Electrical Contractors.” The company also ranked as the 62nd largest process controls integrator by Controls Engineering in 2014. In addition to being named ENR Midwest’s ‘Specialty Contractor of the Year,’ other accolades in the past year include being named Post-Crescent Media’s ‘Best Electrician’ in the 2014 Best of the Valley Readers’ Choice Awards, receiving a 2014 Build Wisconsin Award from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin, a Projects of Distinction Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Wisconsin, the Gold Safety Award of Honor from ABC, and being named the Employee Campaign Manager Team of the Year in the large business category for contributions to the 2014 United Way Fox Cities Community Campaign. Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) also named the company’s wellness coordinator as a 2014 Top 100 Health Promotions Professional.
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