TZL podcast: Tony Hans on why culture eats everything else for lunch

Oct 29, 2020

In this episode of The Zweig Letter Podcast, we sit down with Tony Hans, a vice president with CMTA based in Louisville, Kentucky. He has been with the firm for more than 23 years and talks about building science leadership and why culture is so important. CMTA has a strong and thriving culture that has propelled them to the top of the design industry. Tony shared his journey and described in detail the work that CMTA is doing around the country to create and design energy-efficient building projects. CMTA was one of the first MEP design firms to build a Net Zero Energy Efficient Public School in the United States. He shared this great quote during the episode: “Culture eats everything else for lunch.” Tony’s honesty and insight were refreshing, and this episode has a lot of good ideas about creating leaders and new opportunities for your design firm to grow. He has a great story that we couldn’t stop talking about. Check out this episode of The Zweig Letter Podcast. Connect with Tony Hans on LinkedIn Tony Hans Email CMTA Website As of the release of this podcast episode, the Elevate AEC Virtual Experience has started. To learn more about this virtual event and the plans that are in place to make this one of the most engaging industry award celebrations and continuing education programs in the AEC industry. Click Here for more information or to register for the event.

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