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Pioneers in Design: Leading Innovation in Utah Architecture

Dictionary.com defines the action of being a pioneer as ‘to lead the way for a group; to guide.’ At Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), a focus on exploring innovative design methods and techniques has always been part of our culture. This has resulted in project designs that exceed clients’ needs and expectations and continue raising the […]

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Jacob Wendt Joins CMA

With experience as a drafter, BIM technician, and construction worker, Jacob Wendt is a skillful member of our team. He is a careful listener with a strong sense of client needs.

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Congratulations Jonathan Johnson, Licensed Architect

Congratulations to Jonathan Johnson, AIA, NCARB, on his recent accomplishment of becoming a registered architect! A year ago, Jonathan set the goal to wrap up his exams and get his architecture license. After studying for and passing six arduous exams, Jonathan earned the designation of Architect. Aside from the delays due to the pandemic, he […]

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CMA Services

With design, we emphasize elegance, functionality, and budget-focused approaches, bringing both our clients’ visions and our best ideas from our project teams into light. #Design #CMAServices #OutstandingService #UtahArchitects #DesignArt #DesignEverything 

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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 […]

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Unicity International Office and Warehouse | Orem, Utah

Designing a new office and warehouse for a leading nutritional networking and marketing company has been a great opportunity for Curtis Miner Architecture. As our team wraps up project closeout tasks on the 24,597 square foot building, CMA principal Gerrit Timmerman reflects on the design journey of research and analysis with the owner. “The building […]

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Golfing for Good

For International Day of Charity, we’re looking back on July’s golf tournament, where we enjoyed supporting the Good Wheels Charity. It’s important to remember to give back to our communities and the world.

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More Lobbies: Creating Identity and Experience

Utah Architects Design Lobbies to Make a Solid First Impression The changing nature of lobby design is transforming spaces into open, flexible, inviting locales where people easily converge. As the future of work continues to change, savvy building owners are using lobbies to create a unique sense of identity and an important piece of total […]

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