Blog - Healthcare Architecture

Read the Curtis Miner Architecture blog to stay informed on the latest in design and construction trends, project development, industry insights and internal CMA office news. Written by our expert professionals.

UVU Improves Spaces for Nursing Students

To provide a new space for students and educators to fully engage in the learning process, CMA remodeled a portion of the Department of Nursing at UVU. We incorporated crisp colors and a clean design to contribute to UVU’s positive learning atmosphere. #EducationArchitecture, #HigherEdArchitecture, #HealthcareArchitecture

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Healthcare Architecture Evolution

The following article was published in the Utah Construction & Design Magazine October 2020 Issue. Trends and forecasts for clinics, hospitals, and assisted living Like many project types, the needs and trends of healthcare facilities – hospitals, clinics, and assisted living facilities – are always evolving. Principals at Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), Gerrit Timmerman […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Rising to the Challenge: Jonathan Johnson

Meet our Healthcare Architecture Specialist For Project Manager Jonathan Johnson, every day is a chance to challenge himself and the healthcare design team. And the challenge certainly comes daily. The additional building codes, healthcare guidelines, and Life Safety codes (among others) keep Jonathan and the healthcare team on their toes. And beyond architectural design, Jonathan […]

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Planning, Design & Construction: University of Utah Forum Review

CMA Higher Education Specialists attend the U of U PDC’s Forum 2018 In May, three of the Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) Higher Education team members: Jay Taggart, Gerrit Timmerman, and Dallas Nelson, attended the University of Utah Department Planning, Design and Construction’s Forum. The event was attended by approximately 200 area contractors, architects, engineers, and […]

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Families First Riverton Pediatric Office

CMA’s Utah Pediatric Architectural Design Creates Modern, Fresh Space Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) designed this one-story medical office building located in Riverton, Utah. Just off 13400 South, near the Mountain View Corridor, the building is located near a busy intersection and has a street presence. The entire design team worked closely with Families First to […]

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Intermountain Healthcare Project Increases Occupant Comfort and Efficiency

The Intermountain Healthcare offices in Provo, Utah were remodeled to receive plenty of natural light – large, open office areas near the windows make a comfortable, relaxing environment designed to increase occupant comfort and efficiency. Large wall murals speak to the company’s brand of health and wellness.

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