Meet The Team – Jeremy Mano

By March 21, 2024 No Comments

Join us this month as we sit down with Jeremy Mano. He is a Project Manager with Arrive Architecture Group.

What are you most proud of in your career so far?
Professionally I am most proud of completing the Licensure process and official becoming a Licensed Architect in the State of Texas early this year. I think this accomplishment resonates differently for me knowing the obstacles I’ve encountered and that historically African American Architects making up less than 3% of all Registered Architects nationally.
What is your favorite part of working for ARRIVE?
For me, having the ability to touch every part of a project and being able to have a direct connection to the leaders of the firm from day one as an intern is irreplaceable. The ability to get exposed to multiple facades of a project quick sets your ceiling of growth by how fast you are willing to learn. Your limits at ARRIVE are primarily set by what you are willing to do and how fast you are able to master the concepts. Yes there will always be factors outside of one’s control but the biggest factor in my opinion will continue to be yourself (the employee).
If you had three wishes, what would they be?
  1. Good health for my family and friends.
  2. Have Gertie’s family and my family closer.
  3. To be able to retire (now) to be able to enjoy family / life and travel.
What is one thing on your bucket list?
The two things I have on my bucket list right now are attending a NFL game in every NFL stadium and seeing LeBron James play in person before he retires.
What do you like most about the work we do at ARRIVE?
At ARRIVE our primary user is the resident, so we are designing “home” for most users. “Home” is extremely personal and is a safe haven for people. Working as a part of the Licensed Care Team at ARRIVE I have the opportunity, through design, to provide “home” to some of the most vulnerable help make an individual’s lives and their families a little easier at a sensitive and emotional part of their lives. Being a part of something that brings people peace, comfort and a sense of security gives work purpose and puts things into perspective.

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