Blog - March 2018

Read the Curtis Miner Architecture blog to stay informed on the latest in design and construction trends, project development, industry insights and internal CMA office news. Written by our expert professionals.

Merrill Roberts Celebrates 5 Years at CMA

Today we’re celebrating five awesome years with this guy. Merrill Roberts brings so much to our CMA family! We appreciate his knowledge of design standards, patience in training others, and drive to get things done. High FIVE Merrill!

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Intermountain Healthcare Project Increases Occupant Comfort and Efficiency

The Intermountain Healthcare offices in Provo, Utah were remodeled to receive plenty of natural light – large, open office areas near the windows make a comfortable, relaxing environment designed to increase occupant comfort and efficiency. Large wall murals speak to the company’s brand of health and wellness.

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How Utah Architects Design for School Safety

Curtis Miner Architecture and ABC4Utah: Creating Safe, Secure Education Facilities for Children,Teachers and the Community In the wake of the deadly Florida school shooting, ABC4Utah’s Brian Carlson had a timely question: What are Utah schools doing to protect kids in class? On a recent Good Morning Utah broadcast, Brian spoke with our very own education […]

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Scott Bingham Earns Architecture License

Hats off to Scott Bingham, AIA, NCARB, for earning his architecture license. Scott is a Project Architect specializing in guest experience design for retail, educational hospitality and multi-family housing architecture. Scott joined the CMA family in 2015. His experience in retail guest experience design has been influential in crafting spaces that cater to the needs […]

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CMA is Architecture Firm of the Year

We are STOKED to have received this beauty Saturday night – honored as Utah CCIM Chapter Architectural Firm of the Year! These Excellence awards honor “the best of the best” at the premier commercial real estate event of the year. Thanks Jay Taggart, our commercial architecture specialist, and to our commercial team, for all you do.

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