Blog - April 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.

Welcome to Jaron Harral

“If you’re skilled at research, all obstacles are temporary.” Our newest Senior Drafter, Jaron Harral, is skilled at research! Jaron also brings a wealth of experience in 3D modeling, particularly creating custom elements. Welcome to the family, Jaron!

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Welcome to Hsiuwen Summers

Welcome to Hsiuwen Summers, a drafter who focuses on detailing drawings and creating 3D models. Hsiuwen holds a BS in Construction Engineering and a Master’s in Architecture from Universities in her birth country of Taiwan. She came to Utah to attend an ESL program at BYU and found a new home.

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Specialties of Utah Architectural Design for Autistic Children

At Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), education architecture is not simply another building type in our portfolio – it is our passion. Although CMA has designed numerous schools and educational buildings over the years, we are especially proud to say that designing space specifically for the education of autistic children is a specialty. As is typical […]

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School Career Day: A Tutorial from Utah Architects

Curtis Miner Architecture Builds the Future of Architecture in Utah Schools Community involvement is an important value at Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), and so is building the future of architecture! Several of our Utah architecture professionals get involved in annual Career Day at various schools across the Wasatch Front. Here are two of our most […]

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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.

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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.

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