Curtis Livingston | AIA, NCARB
Curtis holds both a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies (2001) and a Master of Architecture from the University of Utah (2003). Curtis joined the team at Curtis Miner Architecture in 2016. Curtis has worked in the architectural field for 22 years and has been involved in all types of projects ranging from small residential to large scale commercial. Due to this experience, Curtis brings a depth of experience and knowledge in the educational field having worked on several high school, middle school and elementary school projects for numerous school districts in Utah, Wyoming and Colorado.
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Curtis fell in love with architecture at an early age when he saw his grandfather’s architectural models and designs on the wall when he would visit his home. Curtis found something amazing in the notion that an idea that was in your mind and then on paper could be made real. What he loves about architecture is working through the design process and then ultimately seeing the project built and completed successfully. There is a unique sense of accomplishment and satisfaction that comes when you work together as a team with the client, engineers, and contractors and complete a project that serves its intended purpose well.
Curtis is the husband of a beautiful wife and father of four boys. He enjoys sports, art, movies and music in his spare time.
Curtis Livingston, Education Specialist
Curtis Livingston, AIA, NCARB, is a Project Architect and K12 Education team leader. He has completed over 60 education projects. With over 22 years of experience, Curtis brings a depth of experience and knowledge in the education field. He has worked on several high school, middle school, and elementary school additions, rebuilds, and new facilities […]read more
American Heritage High School Gymnasium Project is Well Under Way
Our own Curtis Livingston, AIA visits the American Heritage High School gymnasium site with Ernie Castillo, Jacobsen Construction. Work is well under way!read more
CMA Hosts ACE Mentor Program Students
Through the ACE Mentor Program, CMA’s Utah architects are paired with students interested in the architecture, engineering and construction industry. Together, we design hypothetical projects, tour local construction sites, and visit architectural, engineering and construction offices. Students get valuable hands-on experience, and we get to build a better future for our profession.read more
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 […]read more
Shining a Light on High-Performance Education Facilities
Well-placed windows and lights improve student comfort and accomplishment At Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), we design with sustainability in mind, knowing that what we do today will have an impact on future generations. Designing high-performing and energy-efficient buildings not only improves our clients’ bottom line over the life cycle of their building, but also has […]read more
Curtis Livingston Earns Architecture License
We are happy to announce the licensure of Curtis Livingston, AIA, Project Architect. Curtis has been a senior project manager, specializing in Educational Architecture, after joining CMA in 2016. He has over 22 years of experience in the industry with a focus on educational facilities, and has worked on several high school, middle school and […]read more
Swing for the STARS
CMA’s Sponsorship Gives Utah County’s Literacy Education a Boost A core value of Utah architectural firm, Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), is supporting community organizations throughout Utah County. This month marked the 10th year that K12 architectural specialist and Project Manager Curtis Livingston and BIM Specialist Kyle Mendoza participated in Swing for the STARS (Students and […]read more