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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.

Robert Lusk Graduates from U of U David Eccles School of Business

Congratulations to Robert Lusk, Senior Drafter, for graduating from the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business with his B.S. in Business Administration! Grad school is in Robert’s future, and in the meantime, he looks forward to exploring the relationship between design and business, as well as sharing all that he has accomplished through […]

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Best Wishes to Sara Durocher on her Leave of Absence

 Sara Durocher joined the Curtis Miner Architecture family in April 2007. As Office Manager, she helped the firm define the position and over the years has developed processes for invoicing, meeting management, staff recognition, and many others. But what impresses her peers and colleagues even more than her organization and procedures is the kind and […]

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From First Employee to Principal Architect: Kurt Mather

Congratulations to our newest Principal Architect, Kurt Mather! Kurt has been with CMA since the very early days in 2000. In fact, he was the first employee hired, to work on construction documents for our first project, American Heritage School. Kurt first became interested in drafting and architecture during his junior high and high school […]

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Twenty Years in the Making: Mike Anderson Promoted to Associate Architect

Congratulations to our newest Associate Architect, Mike Anderson! Mike’s ability to work in any setting, from multi-family housing to light industrial, has helped him toward this promotion where we are excited to use his knowledge as an Associate Architect. Mike’s initial interests in how architecture shapes and compliments both the constructed and natural environments guided […]

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Making the Jump: Kyle Mendoza Promoted to Project Manager

An order of congratulations to Kyle Mendoza for his recent promotion to Project Manager! Kyle has been working in construction since 2006 when he was hired to complete construction documents for Wasatch High School. He fell in love with the diversity of experience and hasn’t looked back since. Kyle has set himself apart for his […]

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Curtis Miner Architecture’s 2018 Highlights

Utah County Architecture Firm’s Top Ten Reasons to Celebrate As we look back at the past year, we at Curtis Miner Architecture find ourselves full of gratitude for all our activities and accomplishments. Here are our top ten reasons for celebrating 2018: 1. Two Decades Strong In November, CMA celebrated our 20th birthday. From humble […]

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Welcome to our new Interior Designer!

Welcome to Katelyn Cherala! Known for her ability to actively listen and analyze what is said, Katelyn revels in clarifying her clients’ views with different design ideas.

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20 Years Later: American Heritage School

A Relationship Beyond Business The year was 1998 and it was Curtis Miner Architecture’s first project: Design a school that blends faith-based learning with the ideals of American liberty and freedom. Hard work, a strong design concept, and a client with a passion for its own mission made the American Heritage School an enduring success. […]

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Dedication to the Craft: Merrill Roberts Promoted to BIM Specialist

Congratulations to Merrill Roberts for his recent promotion to BIM Specialist! Merrill has a long history of going above and beyond what’s expected to master the architectural craft. From getting to work early each morning to study BIM while in college, to continuing education in the Architectural Experience program, Merrill is truly a student of […]

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Meet Samuel Zenteno

Meet Samuel Zenteno, our newest Draftsman. With a background in visual arts, he is known for his creativity. Samuel hails from Miami, but he feels right at home on the Wasatch Front. He loves being outdoors, especially snowmobiling, mountain biking, and hiking.

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