FTI Recognized for Total Human Health Efforts in Construction

Photo of FTI receiving the Construction Working Minds - Mental Health Visionary Award. Pictured from left to right: Kayla Loughrin, FTI wellness program coordinator; Alyssa Kwasny, FTI wellness program director; Kyle Lang, FTI director of safety.MENASHA, Wis. – Faith Technologies Incorporated (FTI), a national leader in engineering, construction, manufacturing and clean energy, received the Mental Health Visionary Award at the third annual Construction Working Minds Summit in Kansas City, Missouri. This award recognizes construction organizations and leaders advancing employee well-being through mental health promotion and suicide prevention programs.

“Achieving the Mental Health Visionary Award as a first-time applicant demonstrates FTI’s commitment to the total health and well-being of our team members,” said Alyssa Kwasny, wellness program director at FTI. “Through our Culture of Care, we continuously enable a positive and stigma-free environment where workplace mental health conversations are normalized.”

FTI was recognized in the “Large Construction Company” category, designated for organizations with more than 1,500 employees. Award applicants undergo a detailed evaluation of their well-being programs in four areas: program tenure, range of innovation, breadth and depth of offerings and overall impact.

Construction Working Minds is a program created to help construction companies and professional associations build and sustain strategies for suicide prevention, mental health promotion and resilience. The annual summit, hosted by Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention and United Suicide Survivors International, brings industry leaders together to share lessons learned and strengthen alliances across the mental health movement.

For more information on FTI and the services it provides, including its Culture of Care and mental health initiatives, visit www.faithtechinc.com.