49 min

Episode 1: Bill Mandara, Scott Harrell, Bolanle Williams-Olley, & Jessica Mann-Amato of Mancini The Anti-Architect

    • Business

This episode is a bit different from the normal format at The Anti-Architect Podcast. Normally, the podcast takes a critical look at how architects work with their clients and, in turn, how clients view architects.

In this episode, Christian is joined by his four partners at Mancini Duffy: William Mandara (CEO), Scott Harrell (Principal), Bolanle Williams-Olley (CFO), and Jessica Mann-Amato (Principal), who own the 100+ year-old tech-first architecture and design firm.

Mancini is a New York City institution for architecture firms; back in the day, Mancini was known for corporate interiors for professional services companies, law firms, and financial institutions.

When Christian joined Mancini in 2012, the concept behind his arrival was to bring the firm into the next generation in terms of projects, leadership, and culture.

Years later, Mancini has grown, had some big wins, made some big mistakes, survived a global pandemic, and Christian's four partners have been like family. They are in this together. They love what they do, they share a common purpose, and they are a true partnership.

In a sense, they chose each other and for anyone listening to this, choosing your partners in business is a key component to your happiness and a key component to making a great company culture.

www.manciniduffy.com
https://theantiarchitect.com/

This episode is a bit different from the normal format at The Anti-Architect Podcast. Normally, the podcast takes a critical look at how architects work with their clients and, in turn, how clients view architects.

In this episode, Christian is joined by his four partners at Mancini Duffy: William Mandara (CEO), Scott Harrell (Principal), Bolanle Williams-Olley (CFO), and Jessica Mann-Amato (Principal), who own the 100+ year-old tech-first architecture and design firm.

Mancini is a New York City institution for architecture firms; back in the day, Mancini was known for corporate interiors for professional services companies, law firms, and financial institutions.

When Christian joined Mancini in 2012, the concept behind his arrival was to bring the firm into the next generation in terms of projects, leadership, and culture.

Years later, Mancini has grown, had some big wins, made some big mistakes, survived a global pandemic, and Christian's four partners have been like family. They are in this together. They love what they do, they share a common purpose, and they are a true partnership.

In a sense, they chose each other and for anyone listening to this, choosing your partners in business is a key component to your happiness and a key component to making a great company culture.

www.manciniduffy.com
https://theantiarchitect.com/

49 min

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