Jay V. Taggart | AIA
With a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Architecture degree, Jay chose to practice in Utah, a place he has called home his entire life. For him, Utah is the greatest place in the country to practice architecture, ski, golf, hike and create a life with his family.
Jay joined the firm in 2007 and is a principal architect at Curtis Miner Architecture. His experience is focused on multi-faceted, complex projects including commercial, healthcare, assisted living, education, municipal, multi-family, and tenant improvements. He brings in-depth knowledge of various projects and enjoys working with clients. He is a designer at heart and an award winning architect. He utilizes his leadership and organizational skills in his role as principal-in-charge and is responsible for the projects overall direction and control. He is responsible for the implementation of office standards, and oversees the operations committee as well as ensuring understanding of current technologies for his firm and his clients.
Jay has served the architectural community by contributing his artistic talent, education, and experience as a member of the AIA Utah Central Section Executive Committee, as president of the AIA Utah Central Section, and through volunteer work for the Utah Heritage Foundation.
Did you know?
Did you know that Jay is the youngest of 11 siblings?
When Jay is not practicing architecture he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, skiing, golfing and watching his son play various sports. He also enjoys watching the Utes play basketball and football.
Five Trends in Senior Living Facilities
The following article was published in the Utah Construction & Design Magazine October 2016 Issue. http://utahcdmag.com/2016/11/october-2016-issue/ Utah’s unique position on housing for an aging population. Housing for seniors has moved beyond the sterile environments of yesteryear. Utah’s newest senior living promises accessibility AND appeal. What to do when mom and dad can no longer safely live […]read more
Utah Architects Become Pinewood Derby Racers
Craft, Collaboration, and Competition at the Curtis Miner Architecture Annual Derby It’s no secret that architects in general love and appreciate design and craft. It’s in their DNA! It’s the love of these skills that provided the stimulus for Curtis Miner Architecture’s (CMA) most popular company event: The CMA Derby. Based on the Boy Scout […]read more
- May 12, 2017
DFCM & Utah Valley University Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism – Orem Utah
Official Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony – the First Step in Furthering Autism Education in Utah The first of its kind in Utah, Utah Valley University’s (UVU) new Melisa Nellesen Center (the Center) for Autism had its official ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, May 3, 2017. At 15,000 sq. ft., the new center is designed by Curtis Miner […]read more