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Curtis Miner Architecture’s 2020 Highlights
Utah County Architecture Firm Reflects on 2020 The challenges faced in 2020 were unprecedented – to say the least. But as we reflect on the year, we have nothing but gratitude for the CMA team’s ability to adapt and persevere. 1. A Year of Adversity and Achievement The rapidly changing information and spread of COVID-19 […]
UVU Alumni Center Programming
Curtis Miner Architecture was hired by Utah Valley University to provide programming services for the two-story, 20,000 SF University’s Alumni Center. Two existing homes would be demolished on the site to prepare for the new Center. Over a six-week period, the CMA team visited the site and interviewed key stakeholders—from the faculty who will use and occupy the spaces to the […]
Ins and Outs of New Community
A bird’s eye view of Rockpoint Apartments in Silicon Slopes shows the importance of knowing the ins and outs of a new community.
Their Voice: Spectrum Academy hosts groundbreaking ceremony
The following article was published in the Daily Herald on January 2, 2021. https://www.heraldextra.com/news/community/their-voice-spectrum-academy-hosts-groundbreaking-ceremony/article_54808810-d250-5646-9f07-564b3b61ec05.html (Image courtesy of Monica Villar and posted by Daily Herald) In some ways, it feels like 2020 was a year where time stood still. A lot of our plans for activities and traditional events were put on hold as more and […]
CMA Spotlight: Maraia Vosaki, Office Manager
While her role as office manager can vary from day to day, the vital role Maraia Vosaki plays in our organization is unmistakable. She has the task of maintaining a happy, efficient office at Curtis Miner Architecture. From greeting clients and keeping the workplace well stocked to engaging with coworkers and scheduling meetings, Maraia is […]
Congratulations Christopher Thompson, Licensed Architect
A lifelong interest in architecture, combined with hard work and determination, have paid off for Christopher Thompson, AIA, who is now a licensed architect. Christopher’s journey started during his six years as a contractor, but his curiosity about architecture led him to enroll in a one-year drafting program. It only took one semester for him […]
The Value of Mentoring: Shaping our Utah Architecture Firm
Creating a Culture of Support, Interest, and Concern for Individual Potential Many a workplace professional can point to a specific person who invested in them. This investment comes in many forms, from giving time and energy to helping acquire a new skill or connect to a professional network; perhaps giving help to guide a career […]
Patterson Townhomes in Varying Sizes
The Patterson 860 Place townhomes in American Fork will be 180 units of varying sizes for diverse needs. We’ve started this project with a master plan and we’ve created renderings to help show the final community.
Honesty and Fairness at CMA
At Curtis Miner Architecture, we will always work with integrity—that means honesty and fairness in everything we do, from our internal teamwork to the relations we have with our subcontractors and clients.
Touring the Joseph D. Adams Public Safety Building
Design Incorporates a Rich History, Continues a Strong Legacy CMA team members recently enjoyed a tour of the newly opened Lehi City Police Station. While many of our team participated in the project, some had not had the opportunity to visit the finished building. Principal Jay Taggart led the tour with the goal of helping […]
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