Scott Bingham | AIA, NCARB
Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural studies (2005) and Master of Architecture (2010) degree from the University of Utah. Scott is a project manager at Curtis Miner Architecture and specializes in guest experience design, retail, educational, hospitality and multi-family housing architecture. His experience in retail guest experience design has been influential in crafting spaces that cater to the needs of the user. He enjoys problem solving as well as the new challenges that come with every project. With an acute attention to material and detail at all scales and wide-ranging experience with a variety of project types, Scott believes good architecture embodies the character of its place and enriches the community it serves.
Scott serves the community by volunteering his time for the Design Review Board for Provo City where he balances the needs for good civic design and practicality for the owner.
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Scott enjoys spending time with his family, working in his woodshop and fixing things. If man made it, Scott can fix it.
On the Boards: The Hub Food Truck Park
Utah food truck lovers anticipate permanent location in South Jordan If you’re a foodie, you’re likely a food truck lover. One of the best ways to sample different types of grub, from traditional ethnic dishes to gourmet cuisine, food trucks have become the eatery of today. If you’ve made your purchase at a food truck, […]read more
Helping Maintain Provo’s Historic Design
In 2007, Scott Bingham was invited to serve on Provo City’s Design Review Board, and he’s been on the Board ever since. Scott is a proponent of Provo’s existing historic design, and advocates for maintaining the high level of design on new proposals. The Vivint Corporate Campus, pictured, is one such project.read more
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 […]read more