Blog - Education Architecture
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Curtis Livingston, Education Specialist
Curtis Livingston, AIA, NCARB, is a Project Architect and K12 Education team leader. He has completed over 60 education projects. With over 22 years of experience, Curtis brings a depth of experience and knowledge in the education field. He has worked on several high school, middle school, and elementary school additions, rebuilds, and new facilities […]
Specialist Spotlight: Kyle Mendoza
Utah K-12 Education Architecture Delivers Unique Solutions for each Individual School Kyle Mendoza is a BIM Team Leader at Curtis Miner Architecture. Kyle began his career in K-12 education architecture back in 2006, when he was hired to complete the construction documents for Wasatch High School. He’s never looked back. 12 years later, Kyle has […]
Dallas Nelson Celebrates 10 Years at CMA
Today marks TEN YEARS for Dallas Nelson at CMA. We appreciate Dallas’s strong design philosophy and technical skills, and his calm and easy demeanor.
Specialties of Utah Architectural Design for Autistic Children
At Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), education architecture is not simply another building type in our portfolio – it is our passion. Although CMA has designed numerous schools and educational buildings over the years, we are especially proud to say that designing space specifically for the education of autistic children is a specialty. As is typical […]
American Heritage High School Gymnasium Project is Well Under Way
Our own Curtis Livingston, AIA visits the American Heritage High School gymnasium site with Ernie Castillo, Jacobsen Construction. Work is well under way!
How Utah Architects Design for School Safety
Curtis Miner Architecture and ABC4Utah: Creating Safe, Secure Education Facilities for Children,Teachers and the Community In the wake of the deadly Florida school shooting, ABC4Utah’s Brian Carlson had a timely question: What are Utah schools doing to protect kids in class? On a recent Good Morning Utah broadcast, Brian spoke with our very own education […]
CMA is Architecture Firm of the Year
We are STOKED to have received this beauty Saturday night – honored as Utah CCIM Chapter Architectural Firm of the Year! These Excellence awards honor “the best of the best” at the premier commercial real estate event of the year. Thanks Jay Taggart, our commercial architecture specialist, and to our commercial team, for all you do.
Clear Horizons Academy School for Children with Autism
Clear Horizons Academy, a non-profit school for children with autism, was designed to create an ideal environment in which the children learn at their own pace and without distractions.
UVU Autism Center Receives Awards
We are honored to be the recipient of two design awards for the Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism at UVU. The project won Best of 2017 Higher Education Architecture from Utah Construction & Design Magazine and an Honor Award for Higher Education Architecture from the AIA Utah (American Institute of Architects) Central Section. Thank you to our team members! UVU, SIRQ Construction, Spectrum […]
Curtis Livingston Earns Architecture License
We are happy to announce the licensure of Curtis Livingston, AIA, Project Architect. Curtis has been a senior project manager, specializing in Educational Architecture, after joining CMA in 2016. He has over 22 years of experience in the industry with a focus on educational facilities, and has worked on several high school, middle school and […]
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