Organizations rely on secure networks and IT infrastructure to operate, communicate, and make informed data-driven business decisions. Whether our clients operate from owner-occupied facilities or in multi-tenant environments, it is increasingly critical to implement secure networks, services, and infrastructure. We design and develop client-specific IT networks and communications systems that reliably and securely store and transmit data. Our goal is to reduce the client’s risk exposure and lighten the infrastructure management burden by developing scalable and highly available system architecture.

Our Focus

Faith Group plans and designs the complete information technology infrastructure environment, from physical cabling, modern routing and switching typologies, and cloud and virtual service hosting. We work with clients to determine the best solutions to converge both industrial controls and enterprise systems on a secure, zero-trust network architecture. Our staff focuses on creating a software-defined fabric network to automate infrastructure and alleviate the burden on the client’s staff. This allows your network to orchestrate and configure details based on your parameters, which ultimately creates a more secure and efficient business operation.


With the understanding that ROI, revenue generation, and use case expansion are becoming critical to infrastructure, we study and understand our clients’ current and desired business processes to match the appropriate technology with the optimal recommendation. One of the more adaptable use cases that Faith Group is leading relies on wireless and real-time location services (RTLS). This infrastructure is the foundation for layering additional use cases such as asset tracking, queue management, visitor and employee notifications, geo-location, revenue generating analytics, heat mapping, wayfinding, and several other intuitive operational and customer experience benefits. Faith Group is also a leader in developing Private LTE for clients to provide a cellular network that is efficient, flexible, scalable, and resilient.


From the start, our telecommunications and low voltage staff designs with a system of systems in mind, that goes beyond simply providing a drop to every desk. Since everything is connected to the cabling system, our staff takes a broad and long-term approach to designing telecommunications. We use our in-house subject matter expertise to incorporate all specialty system needs into the design to right-size the project for what the client needs, which helps to avoid costly and impactful changes later in the project. Our staff is certified by and actively participate as a driving force within BICSI, ANSI, and EIA/TIA, continuously applying and refreshing our knowledge, training, and staying on top of industry standards.



  • IT Program Development & Governance
  • Technology Master Planning
  • Existing Conditions Evaluation
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Total Cost of Ownership
  • Architecture & Modeling
  • Design & Engineering
  • Vendor Market Analysis
  • Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity
  • Construction Management & Implementation
  • Integration & Acceptance Testing


  • Local Area & Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN)
  • Wireless/Cloud Networks
  • Virtual & Traditional Service Hosting
  • Private LTE
  • Data Centers & Telecommunication Rooms
  • Backbone & Horizontal Distribution
  • Outside Plant (OSP)
  • Cable Management
  • I.P. Telephony (VoIP)
  • Distributed Antenna
  • Two-Way & Emergency Responder Radio
  • Real-Time Location Services
  • Cybersecurity



2016 America’s Best Restroom Award: MSP Airport, Restroom Upgrade

- Cintas

2017 Outstanding Design Common Areas Award: Webster University Browning Hall

- American School & University Magazine

2017 Outstanding Projects Award – Architecture & Interior Design: Webster University Browning Hall

- Learning by Design Magazine

2017 Design Excellence in Architecture / Interiors / Unbuilt / Craftsmanship: Webster University Browning Hall

- AIA St. Louis Chapter

2018 Real Estate Awards, Retail Category - MSP Airport Re-imagined

- Minnesota Real Estate Journal

2018 Commercial Airport Architectural Project of the Year – Gateway Transformation Project at Gerald R. Ford International Airport

- AAAE Great Lakes Chapter

2019 Best Projects – San Francisco Airport Long-Term Parking Garage 2

- ENR California

2020 Project Achievement Award – Transportation > $100M Category: San Francisco International Airport, Airport Security Infrastructure Program (ASIP)

- CMAA Northern California Chapter

2020 Award, Infrastructure >$20M – Gold Level Award: San Francisco International Airport, Airport Security Infrastructure Program (ASIP)

- San Francisco Collaborative Partnering

2021 Excellence Award in the Educational Facilities Category: University of St. Thomas Tommie North Residence Hall

- Design-Build Institute of American Upper Midwest Region

2022 National Award, Merit - San Francisco Airport, Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Boarding Area B

- Design-Build Institute of America

2022 Regional Best Project Award, Airport/Transit Category - San Francisco Airport, Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Boarding Area B

- ENR California

2021 Award, Runner-Up – Rung Foundation

- Build St. Louis

2022 Honor Award, Architecture – Rung Foundation

- AIA St. Louis