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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 our new Interior Designer!

Welcome to Katelyn Cherala! Known for her ability to actively listen and analyze what is said, Katelyn revels in clarifying her clients’ views with different design ideas.

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20 Years Later: American Heritage School

A Relationship Beyond Business The year was 1998 and it was Curtis Miner Architecture’s first project: Design a school that blends faith-based learning with the ideals of American liberty and freedom. Hard work, a strong design concept, and a client with a passion for its own mission made the American Heritage School an enduring success. […]

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Dedication to the Craft: Merrill Roberts Promoted to BIM Specialist

Congratulations to Merrill Roberts for his recent promotion to BIM Specialist! Merrill has a long history of going above and beyond what’s expected to master the architectural craft. From getting to work early each morning to study BIM while in college, to continuing education in the Architectural Experience program, Merrill is truly a student of […]

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Commitment to Learning and Safety

Four New Utah K-12 Schools Double Down on Safety With the debate on gun control stuck in a battle between partisan politics, architects have stepped in to answer the following question as best they can: What are alternative ways to keep students safe? The American Institute of Architects pledged their commitment to both learning and […]

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Meet Samuel Zenteno

Meet Samuel Zenteno, our newest Draftsman. With a background in visual arts, he is known for his creativity. Samuel hails from Miami, but he feels right at home on the Wasatch Front. He loves being outdoors, especially snowmobiling, mountain biking, and hiking.

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The Rise of Sophisticated Designs

The following article was published in Senior Living Executive Issue 6 2018, The Design Issue. https://content.yudu.com/web/406u7/0A40767/SLENov.Dec2018/html/index.html?page=6&origin=reader&_ga=2.207486163.1778633460.1548785705-2011674563.1546895837 The Rise of Sophisticated Designs Introducing the 2018 Senior Living by Design Award Winners Creekside Senior Living Bountiful, Utah Provider: Stellar Senior Living Architect: Curtis Miner Architecture Interior Design: Direct Supply Creekside Senior Living has that “wow factor.” The entry […]

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Specialist Spotlight: Mike Anderson, AIA, NCARB

Meet our Housing Architecture Specialist Mike Anderson, newly promoted to Associate Architect, has long been involved with housing. In fact, he helped build homes for a building contractor before entering the architecture industry. “When I went to architecture school, we designed a single-family residence for a Navajo family in the Four Corners area,” Mike relates. […]

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Stepping Up: Showcase Stairs II

More Show-Stopping Stairway Design in Utah Architecture You may not have noticed from our first article on stairs, but we think stairways are fabulous. And not just because they are utilized day in and day out by most building inhabitants— from dramatic to exquisite, stairs can easily add to and even create the ambiance of […]

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Rockpoint Apartments Could Turn Bluffdale into Lux-dale

Luxury Multi-Family Housing for Salt Lake County Residents We’re nearly 20 years into the 21st century. In this day and age, who wants cookie-cutter apartments in their town? Not Bluffdale, Utah. Lowe Property Group, 8 Bay Advisors, and DAI saw a niche to fill in the small community just outside of Silicon Slopes: luxury apartments […]

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Three Recent Promotions

Congratulations to three members of our CMA team on their recent promotions: Merrill Roberts is now BIM Specialist, Kyle Mendoza has been promoted to Project Manager, and Mike Anderson has been promoted to Associate Architect. We’re proud of the talent and teamwork that the gentlemen show every day.

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