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Trends in Architecture for Industrial Facilities
The following article was published in the Utah Construction & Design Magazine February 2020 Issue. https://utahcdmag.com/2020/03/february-2020-issue/ Rise of E-Commerce Influences Architecture of Today’s Industrial Facilities You’re going on vacation and realize you need a new pair of shoes, some golf balls or a swimsuit. Rather than drive to the nearest mall or big box store, […]
CMA Sponsors Utah New Car Dealers Association Event
Industry conference attendance keeps us abreast of our clients’ needs As a Utah architecture firm specializing in automotive dealerships, Curtis Miner Architecture’s Principal Gerrit Timmerman attended the Utah New Car Dealers Association Convention for the first time in November. CMA served as a bronze medal sponsor. In keeping with the brand of the association and […]
Why Prototype? A Solution for Utah School Districts
CMA Unveils a New Prototype Middle School Design School Districts across Utah know the difficulty of getting a new facility, especially when State funding is tight and/or bond funds aren’t approved. These impediments don’t lessen the very real needs of the students, educators, and Districts. Curtis Miner Architecture’s team of K-12 specialists are passionate about […]
Specialist Spotlight: Katelyn Cherala
Utah Interior Designer develops a relationship of trust and friendship with clients Katelyn Cherala can’t remember the moment when she found the field of interior design. In fact, she thinks it somehow found her. “In high school I loved designing and being creative. I remember exploring graphic design, marketing, fashion and interior design. And then […]
Alpine School District Adds Office Space in Lindon
Utah County is booming and Alpine School District now has the largest enrollment of any school district in Utah. Due to growth, the District required additional office and conference room space for its Lindon-based I.T. and purchasing divisions. The 8,500 SF addition provides office space, meeting rooms, and restrooms.
UVU Increases Classroom Space
Suffering from a shortage of classroom space, this remodel made use of an existing exterior covered storage area and converted it into usable space for classroom instruction and learning. UVU and the College of Engineering Technology have a great new addition in the Gunther Trades Loading Dock.
UVU Classroom Retrofitted for Video Studio
Getting the right sound is tough business. The Utah Valley University Video Studio remodel project involved retrofitting a regular classroom for a video recording studio. Our design focused on utilizing the 910 SF space effectively while isolating it from adjacent areas. Now, it is a highly functional studio.
New Institutional Advancement Center Programmed
The Institutional Advancement Center at Utah Valley University will be 20,000 SF of streamlined space to allow greater collaboration between departments and functions.
Thanks for 20 Years, Kurt!
Congratulations on 20 years to Kurt Mather! Kurt was the earliest employee, hired in 2000 to work on construction documents for our first project. He is now a Principal Architect. We appreciate Kurt for his humility, his leadership, and his strong work ethic. Thanks for 20 years, Kurt.
Autism Gains Perspective
The UVU Autism Center is all about gaining a new perspective: To educate the community about autism, train the teachers of autistic children,and provide a safe learning environment for autistic children. Built in 2017, this beautiful facility was designed as a symbol of how the barriers, misunderstandings, and fear associated with autism are changing daily.
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