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Larry H. Miller Ford Gets a Brand New Look
The Larry H. Miller Ford Lincoln remodel required new interior finishes for the showroom as well as exterior updates with aluminum metal panels and new signage. By the time we were done, it looked clean, bright, and brand new.
Spirit of Creativity at Built Works
Built Works Corporate Office & Production Facility American Fork, UT The new headquarters and production facility for Built Works is moving closer and closer to completion. Known for its protein and energy products, the American Fork-based company engaged Curtis Miner Architecture to convert an existing pharmaceutical production and storage facility into one for producing and […]
Golfing for Good
For International Day of Charity, we’re looking back on July’s golf tournament, where we enjoyed supporting the Good Wheels Charity. It’s important to remember to give back to our communities and the world.
The Nuances of Education Facilities for Rural School Districts
Throughout the western states, K-12 education facilities face different challenges in rural areas As educational facility specialists, Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) has been closely following the dynamic changes a global pandemic is having on our communities. The shift to remote learning has affected primary and secondary school students and their families as well as teachers, […]
Jamestown Assisted Living: Caring for Residents during the Pandemic
Curtis Miner Architecture recently completed the architectural design for a new addition and remodel for The Courtyard at Jamestown Assisted and Senior Living facility, a top tier retirement community in Provo, Utah. The renovated facility will include a three-story, 35,000 square feet addition and more than 7,000 square feet of remodeled space. The addition will […]
Staff Spotlight: Ian Anderson, Visualization Specialist
A leader in the use of visualization tools, Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) is continually exploring new tools and technologies to facilitate the ability of our clients to visualize, interact with, and understand their buildings and spaces. Over the years, CAD applications have evolved to serve the needs of our architectural community and clients. CAD software […]
Books are Part of our Culture
Reading and discussing books is part of our company culture – and not just on National Book Lover’s Day! The following article was published on the Marketlink Website on March 17, 2020. https://marketlinkaec.com/marketlink-book-club-the-zig-zag-principle The Zig Zag Principal by Rich Christiansen Reviewed by Gerrit Timmerman, AIA, Principal of Curtis Miner Architecture As a busy professional and firm owner, Gerrit […]
Multi-Family Communities Prioritize Residents’ Needs
Building multi-family communities is a major part of our work at CMA. We have built for Senior Living where we prioritize comfortable and efficient designs as well as keep in mind the variety of residents we will house and their needs.
More Lobbies: Creating Identity and Experience
Utah Architects Design Lobbies to Make a Solid First Impression The changing nature of lobby design is transforming spaces into open, flexible, inviting locales where people easily converge. As the future of work continues to change, savvy building owners are using lobbies to create a unique sense of identity and an important piece of total […]
Calming, Focused Environment for Students
One of the projects we’re most proud of has to be Clear Horizons Academy, a non-profit school for children with autism built in Orem in 2012. We made sure to accommodate student needs by designing a building that allows for them to have a calming and focused environment.
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