MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENTS: AWARD-WINNING AND COMPLIANT DESIGN

Protecting our Clients’ Liability – Designs that Comply with All Applicable Codes In our last blog post, we highlighted the building codes that govern design and construction. Building codes are complex and constantly changing. Not having the knowledge of the latest code and zoning regulations can result in project delays, major headaches, and liability for […]

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CMA Spotlight: Interior Design Group

Intentional Interior Design Creates an Impact At Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), we understand that the first thing a person notices when they enter a space or building is whether it is relaxing, pleasant, and comfortable. It is the quality of the interior environment that creates their first impression. And rightly so. People typically spend more […]

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We Design with Sustainability in Mind

At Curtis Miner Architecture, we design with sustainability in mind. No design choice is an environmentally careless one, and every building is built with sustainable materials to be energy-efficient and have a low carbon impact.

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MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENTS: KNOWING THE CODE

Knowledgeable and Informed Design Includes Building Code Expertise When it comes to architecture, the untrained eye may not fully grasp the complexity of a building’s design and site considerations, or the complex building codes that regulate many of the design details of a finished facility. Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) is an award-winning architectural firm, known […]

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CMA Spotlight: Shaylee Mears, Interior Designer

Shaylee Mears is a new Interior Designer, equipped with the latest education and training in designing interior spaces to meet clients’ needs. Even from a young age, she had an eye for the creative side and an interest in working in commercial interior design. Upon graduating college and researching potential employers, Shaylee was impressed with […]

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Christopher Thompson Promotion – Project Manager

Christopher Thompson spent the first 14 years of his career as a contractor, but always had an interest to learn about architecture. Christopher eventually decided to take a course in architecture to put his interest to the test. What he discovered was that he was much more than interested, he was hooked! From there Christopher […]

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Greenwood Elementary School

Functional Design Meets 21st Century Amenities Originally constructed in 1956 and renovated over the years, the Greenwood Elementary School campus in American Fork, Utah, was recently rebuilt to bring it up to current code standards and address the current educational needs of students. Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) worked with the Alpine School District to design […]

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Wasatch Education Foundation

Shaping Wasatch County Students’ Lives When it comes to supporting our communities, CMA can think of no better approach than giving to local education foundations who help shape future generations of young minds. “Our team has enjoyed supporting the Wasatch Education Foundation over the years. It is humbling to know that our support directly provides […]

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BIM Technician Brings Valuable Creativity

BIM Technician Mikle Merkley applies valuable creativity to technically-sound logic in order to follow the best approaches with every client. As he considers every option, he’s able to create the best results. We’re grateful for his experience and perspective.

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CMA Spotlight: Jay Taggart, AIA, Principal

Utah Architect is Passionate about Education Architecture and Remote Learning Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) Principal Jay Taggart, AIA is an award-winning designer whose experience covers the gamut of facility types, including commercial, healthcare, assisted living, education, higher education, municipal, multi-family, and tenant improvements. He is particularly passionate about education architecture and the way each facility […]

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