President, CEO, and Founder of StructureTec in Kalamazoo, with offices in Farmington Hills and Westmont, Ill. StructureTec is a building consulting firm specializing in the remediation of building envelopes and roofs. Serving Fortune 500 corporations, school systems, health care organizations, municipalities, and governmental entities, the company provides infrared thermal imagery surveys, design development, construction documents, bidding assistance, construction review and administration, field quality assurance, maintenance programs, and forensic/dispute resolutions. StructureTec has grown at an average rate of 20 percent per year since its inception and received the Edward Lowe Foundation “50 Companies to Watch” award in 2009. With more than 31 years of experience, Brittan has established and managed more than 850 major capital projects throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the United Kingdom, and Germany. Certified by the Construction Documents Technology Program and the Construction Specifications Institute, he gives presentations nationally through the Building Construction Technology Educational Center, a division of StructureTec; National Facilities Management & Technology; National Plant and Engineering; and other industry organizations. His professional affiliations include the Association for Facilities Engineering and the International Facility Management Association. Brittan also serves on the advisory board of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy and is a member of the Republican Presidential Task Force, as well as the Republican Congressional Committee. He received a bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University.