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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.
Simulation Rooms Enhance Education at UVU
The Utah Valley University Nursing Remodel was designed to replicate a professional healthcare setting and enhance training. Simulation rooms are designed to create training settings that closely mimic real-life scenarios. CMA’s interiors team provided VR scenes of several spaces within the project, which helped the client understand and visualize design concepts and determine which option […]
New Multi-Family Addition to Washington City
Coyote Creek Townhomes & Apartments will be over 156,000 S.F. of multi-family housing. With townhomes, apartments, clubhouse, pickleball and a pool, the development promises to a great addition to Washington City, Utah. Coyote Creek Townhomes
Specialist Spotlight: Nathan Brown
Experienced in Utah’s Multi-Family Housing and Assisted Living Projects Nathan Brown is often integrated into project teams that are working on assisted living facilities and multi-family housing projects. And with Utah’s booming housing demands, he is busy! As a junior project manager, Nathan enjoys the variety of tasks he takes on from day to day. […]
Curtis Miner Architecture’s 2019 Highlights
Utah County Architecture Firm Wraps up 20 Years in Business As we look back at the past year, we at Curtis Miner Architecture find ourselves full of gratitude for all of our activities and accomplishments. Here are our top reasons for celebrating 2019: 1. Two Decades Strong This past year, CMA celebrated our 20th birthday. […]
History Meets the Future: The Lehi City Police Station Building
Curtis Miner Architecture Uses Elements of the Past in New Essential Services Facility At Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), our projects are about people and community. Those are the reasons many of us choose to work and live where we do. And that’s why it was a particular privilege to be awarded the design of a […]
Intermountain Healthcare American Fork Hospital Renovation
The Value of Architecture for Active, Fully Functioning Healthcare Environments Updating an active, fully functioning healthcare environment is a CMA healthcare team specialty – one we were able to deliver with recent improvements to American Fork Hospital. The remodel of five areas of the hospital provided an opportunity for Intermountain Healthcare to enhance care, serve […]
Welcome our New Drafter
A very warm welcome to Adam Wyatt, our newest Drafter. Adam is pursuing a degree in construction and facilities management from Brigham Young University.
Designing Experiential Retail Spaces in Utah
Translating a Brand to be Inviting, Memorable and Profitable Retail spaces bring life to a community. It’s one of those considerations you make when looking to move into a neighborhood. And when you find your favorite restaurant or convenience store, it’s a space you feel comfortable in and return to again and again. The retail […]
A New Senior Drafter at CMA
Welcome to Zach Haws! A senior drafter, Zach draws upon a lifetime spent in residential construction to prepare construction documents and create 3D models. While new to CMA, coworkers and clients already value his ability to collaborate to solve problems and meet quick turnaround times.
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