Mancini•Duffy has been in business for nearly 100 years, established in 1915 as Thomas Bruce Boyd Architect, Inc. In 1920, the corporation reorganized and changed its name to Halsey, McCormack & Helmer, Inc. and were architects of such landmark buildings as the Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Brooklyn and the Ridgewood Savings Bank in Queens. Duffy Inc. (established in 1955) purchased the firm in 1967. In 1987, Duffy Inc. and Ralph Mancini Associates (established in 1981) combined their complementary talents to form Mancini•Duffy. Headquartered in New York City, the firm also works globally as IPiD—International Partners in Design—combining local knowledge with global expertise from primary offices in London, Sydney, and Singapore. The full reach of Mancini•Duffy’s capabilities extends to twenty-seven offices in twelve countries. In 2011, our firm acquired certain assets of TSC Design to provide clients with a greater depth of resources and talent, and help advance our firm’s commitment to offering our clients a diverse range of integrated design solutions across different disciplines and markets.
Whether we are undertaking the planning of a relocation, expansion, or consolidation, our clients rely on us to be their trusted advisor. We are known and valued for our integrity and responsiveness; for the attentiveness with which we listen, the clarity with which we communicate, and for our ability to deliver results that meet our clients’ needs and our own high standards. Those clients—many of long standing, for whom we have undertaken numerous assignments—include corporate, commercial, governmental, and academic institutions; our experience with interiors encompasses projects for financial service firms, publishing houses, law firms, advertising agencies, retailers, and hospitality companies.
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