February 21, 2014 - Austin, TX - The Fiatech Board of Advisors has unanimously adopted the Fiatech Three-Year Strategic Plan, developed with membership input during 2013, by the Fiatech Strategic Direction Committee.
Regarding the official adoption of the plan, Fiatech Board Chairman Peter J. Blake, Director, Project Delivery Group, Hatch, noted, “Fiatech has long been recognized as the visionary leader for developing and advancing technology-based, value-adding solutions for the capital facilities industry throughout the world. Through the work of our Strategic Direction Committee, and with input from our members, the plan provides a path forward to continue delivering compelling business value to our members and the global capital facilities community.”
Led by retired Dow executive Jerry Gipson, the Strategic Direction Committee included representatives from owners, manufacturers, AEC firms, and academic institutions headquartered in nations around the world. Executing the plan will ensure that Fiatech:
“It has been an honor and privilege to chair the Fiatech Strategic Direction Committee in the development of our three-year plan. We are now engaged in working with the Fiatech Board and members in assembling the implementation teams for each of our five adopted strategies, said Chairman Jerry Gipson. “In 2014 our Strategic Direction Committee members will join these implementation teams and continue to carry out our charge, from the Fiatech Board, of tracking and reporting our progress in the implementation of each strategy.”
Click here to view the adopted Fiatech Three-Year Strategic Plan.
Fiatech is an international community of passionate stakeholders working together to lead global development and adoption of innovative practices and technologies to realize the highest business value throughout the life cycle of capital facilities. Fiatech is recognized as the visionary leader for developing and advancing technology-based, value-adding solutions for the capital facilities industry. Fiatech has a compelling value proposition, an increasing inventory of case studies and documentation deliverables, and many opportunities to extend and increase the future delivery of valued products and solutions.