Blog - Higher Ed Architect

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Higher Education Projects – Engaging Spaces

For higher education projects, we focus on creating engaging and flexible spaces tailored to the specific goals, brand, and culture of universities, community, and technical colleges, so that students can do their best work! #HigherEducationArchitecture #HigherEdArchitecture #UtahArchitects http://ow.ly/kdor50GaADH…aggart-principal/

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Specialist Spotlight: Higher Education Architecture | Jay Taggart, Principal

Utah Architecture for Universities and Colleges Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) strives to create environments in which students can learn and grow. For firm principal Jay Taggart, higher education projects are a passion because he enjoys the architecture that comes from them. “Improved spaces equal improved learning,” explains Jay. “It’s rewarding to know students will benefit.” […]

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UVU Volleyball Lockers Get a Facelift

UVU hired us to remodel 5,000 SF of the women’s volleyball athletic department, tackling several distinct spaces—from locker rooms with high tech powered lockers to a lounge area fit with a kitchenette. Many other areas were curated precisely for this department’s needs. Go Wolverines! #HigherEducationArchitecture #UVU http://ow.ly/voXa50FIQuN

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