Blog - Utah Higher Education Architecture

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UVU Increases Classroom Space

Suffering from a shortage of classroom space, this remodel made use of an existing exterior covered storage area and converted it into usable space for classroom instruction and learning. UVU and the College of Engineering Technology have a great new addition in the Gunther Trades Loading Dock.

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UVU Classroom Retrofitted for Video Studio

Getting the right sound is tough business. The Utah Valley University Video Studio remodel project involved retrofitting a regular classroom for a video recording studio. Our design focused on utilizing the 910 SF space effectively while isolating it from adjacent areas. Now, it is a highly functional studio.

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Specialist Spotlight: Jay Taggart, AIA

Breadth of experience in complex, challenging projects is beneficial to Utah Higher Education architect Jay Taggart, AIA is a Principal at Curtis Miner Architecture. A designer at heart, Jay joined Curtis Miner Architecture in 2007 and brings a depth of experience in multi-faceted, complex projects, including commercial, healthcare, assisted living, municipal, multi-family, and tenant improvements. […]

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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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