Blog - Architectural Design

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Interiors are Essential

Interiors are an essential component to the reception and functionality of a building. At CMA, we are careful, thoughtful, and deliberate with our interior designs, encouraging an environment that complements the purpose and structure of the building.

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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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Cedar Hills Unites Community

As a non-traditional recreation center, Cedar Hills’ focus was on providing a building that unites the community through a wide variety of recreation classes and activities. Stone and brick-clad building relates to the surrounding mountains and adjacent residences while the exterior glazing frames the views over the valley. Bathed in natural daylight, the Cedar Hills […]

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We Believe in Mutual Respect

We believe in mutual respect. We are a collection of unique backgrounds, ideas & personalities. We acknowledge the contributions each team member brings to make our workplace a constructive & positive environment.  

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Jason Celebrates 5 Years!

Congratulations to Jason Sandburg! Today marks five years with the company as a Project Architect. His broad experience in design and project management serves as a valuable asset to all of his CMA projects.

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Master Plan Extension of Existing Corporate Campus

The Vivint Campus Master Plan was conceived as an extension of the existing Franklin Covey Corporate Campus. A grand curved boulevard separated the four building sites. An urban trail was relocated from the edge and rear of the property to the grand boulevard, providing space for foot and bike activities.

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Trends in Architecture for Industrial Facilities

The following article was published in the Utah Construction & Design Magazine February 2020 Issue.  https://utahcdmag.com/2020/03/february-2020-issue/ Rise of E-Commerce Influences Architecture of Today’s Industrial Facilities You’re going on vacation and realize you need a new pair of shoes, some golf balls or a swimsuit. Rather than drive to the nearest mall or big box store, […]

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