Before the Floorplan: Architectural Programming for Healthcare Facilities

Gathering information makes for an organized and optimal medical facility design An architectural program serves as a roadmap and basis for design. Along with master planning, programming of healthcare projects such as hospitals and clinics helps to align facility needs with operational, financial, and strategic goals. At Curtis Miner Architecture we find an integrated approach […]

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US Synthetic adds Medical Clinic

CMA added a medical clinic to US Synthetic‘s Orem office. Creative solutions were put in place to provide patient privacy, as space was limited to just four exam/procedure rooms, one restroom, physical therapy room, conference room, reception, staff storage, kids corner, and nurses station.

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Create Soothing Healthcare Settings with B+N’s Fortina

The following article was published in the Interior Design Magazine May 8, 2020 Issue.  https://www.interiordesign.net/articles/17912-create-soothing-healthcare-settings-with-b-n-s-fortina/ Even the most attuned design minds may find it challenging to distinguish between residential, hospitality, and healthcare settings these days. In 2020,  design boundaries are more fluid than ever and creating spaces that help those within them feel at ease […]

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We Believe in Mutual Respect

We believe in mutual respect. We are a collection of unique backgrounds, ideas & personalities. We acknowledge the contributions each team member brings to make our workplace a constructive & positive environment.  

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Jason Celebrates 5 Years!

Congratulations to Jason Sandburg! Today marks five years with the company as a Project Architect. His broad experience in design and project management serves as a valuable asset to all of his CMA projects.

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Lobbies: More than a Place to Wait

Utah Architects Design Lobbies to Provide that “Wow” Factor Gone are the days when a lobby was considered a glorified corridor to an elevator or office. Today, people expect spaces to be useful and engaging; lobbies form the first impressions of a building and even a company’s brand and culture. They have become a determining […]

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Specialist Spotlight: Jane Healy

As the firm’s marketing coordinator, Jane Healy is responsible for creating awareness of Curtis Miner Architecture as well as providing support for their business development activities. Jane got her start working as a secretary for an engineering firm while in college. Intelligent and resourceful, she worked her way up to assisting the firm’s marketing director […]

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Master Plan Extension of Existing Corporate Campus

The Vivint Campus Master Plan was conceived as an extension of the existing Franklin Covey Corporate Campus. A grand curved boulevard separated the four building sites. An urban trail was relocated from the edge and rear of the property to the grand boulevard, providing space for foot and bike activities.

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Still Delivering Excellent Design and Outstanding Service

The rapidly-changing information and spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has undoubtedly created extraordinary challenges for all of us, regardless of where we live or work. At CMA, the health and well-being of our employees, clients, consultants and community is the upmost priority. We have taken proactive and aggressive measures to ensure our work environment is as safe as […]

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Gateway Park Flex Office Buildings #1 and #2

As one of the state’s fastest growing communities, business in Eagle Mountain is boosted by skyrocketing population growth. But prior to the construction of two flex-space buildings, Eagle Mountain did not have buildings offering multi-use flexibility within the city. A savvy developer saw a need for mid-sized businesses seeking office and warehouse spaces and enlisted […]

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