Members of Multiteria's team of experts is standing by to assist you with your project, today.
Jay MittlerProject Design Engineer
Mike EganExecutive Vice President
John WojcikVice President, Market Development
Nancy LaneSenior Designer, Visual Merchandising & Product Concepts
Mary SauerMarketing Manager
Sherie PetersonProject Manager
Matt NiepowManager, Operations & Sales Engineering
Craig McDonaldProject Manager
Jay has more than 30 years of experience in the food service equipment industry.
Over the years he has worked in custom product design, new product research and development, product costing, and as a project checker. He has a strong knowledge of electricity and extensive experience with UL and NSF listing of products.
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Mike collaborates with the end user and design consultant to help conceptualize new designs and new product development.
Previously, Mike served as VP of Hospitality Design for a nationally respected consulting and design firm, which set the foundation for his unique design ability and thorough understanding of the customer. He specializes in food service equipment planning and design for a large variety of world-class hotels, resorts, convention centers, country clubs and independent restaurants.
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John works within various operator segments, and the design professionals who support them, to create functional and efficient serving solutions, bringing Multi-Teria’s world class design and fabrication to the project.
John’s career in business development includes both product and project development, aligning operators needs with the capabilities of the supplier. His success has come from creating clarity on every project’s definition and scope, and his ability to pull resources from multiple areas, and manage the process to successful resolution. John specializes in foodservice and retail projects for K-12 Schools, College/Universities, Healthcare, B&I, Hospitality, Restaurants, and Entertainment Venues.
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Nancy is a Designer specializing in Visual Merchandising and Product Concepts, and knows that a dining experience is about more than great food.
She has played a vital role in remodeling college and university dining facilities to enhance customer experiences, improve operational efficiencies and increase revenue. Ms. Lane is active with NACUFS and SNA by providing members design services and conducting educational presentations about visual merchandising.
Mary is a seasoned professional with 30-years experience in the food service industry with a never ending passion and focus on customer support. It may sound like a cliché but I believe it is all about the customer experience,
“I want every customer to feel like they are our most important customer”
It isn’t just about selling counters, it is about leaving a lasting impression when they think about Multiteria. As an employee for 12 years at Multiteria, Mary’s area of concentration is on generating opportunities and marketing initiatives as well as staying apprised of current trends in the market to help identify equipment needs. Active with SNA, traveling to conferences and national shows to learn the changing landscape directors’ face and how Multiteria can develop solutions and products to fit their need.
Sherie works to bring design ideas to finalized plans with equipment costing.
Sherie has worked in the food service industry for 19 years with 10 of those years working on creating CAD drawings with Food Service Consultants. Sherie has a strong knowledge of NSF and has great attention to detail to help a project move smoothly to completion.
Craig has over 27 years of experience in the food service equipment industry with extensive project management experience.
Craig began his career as a Quality Assurance Manager and evolved into positions including Technical Field Service, Project Coordinator and Project Management for notable Food Service Equipment manufactures. He has a strong electrical background along with exceptional planning and organizational skills.
Led by a former consultant, our team knows design. We'll collaborate with you and your consultant to create a space that is not only functional, but also beautiful and engaging for your customers. Take a look at our past projects to start getting inspired.
Utilizing modular counters provides portability and flexibility for your setup, while also eliminating the time and expense of custom counters. Our counters have the appearance of high end, finished millwork, but the durability and superior structure of stainless steel.
We fabricate our counters right here in our Milwaukee factory, providing industry-leading lead times. Our finely-tuned manufacturing process allows for fast adaptation of custom specifications.
Multiteria is a one-stop manufacturer. We assemble and apply the countertops, exterior finishes, drop-in foodservice equipment and food shields, eliminating the confusion and lack of coordination that typically occurs when using multiple trades. We even offer a customizable signage program to tie everything together.