Dallas Nelson | AIA, NCARB

PROJECT ARCHITECT

Dallas Nelson, AIA is a project architect with 11 years experience working with clients in a diverse number of building typologies. His varied experience includes: healthcare, office, retail, educational, multi-family housing, municipal, commercial, food services, industrial and institutional facilities. Dallas has completed numerous great projects through his expertise in a strong design philosophy combined with the technical understanding of construction principles. He graduated from the University of Utah in 2008 with his Masters of Architecture and became licensed as an architect in 2012.

Did you know?

Dallas enjoys fishing on the Weber River, coaching tee-ball and coach pitch baseball and building things in the garage. His free time is often spent with his wife and five children camping in their vintage 1963 Terry travel trailer.

Incorporating Brand-driven Environments into Architecture

Today’s Architecture Creates Spaces that Reflect a Company’s Culture The concept of experience design isn’t new to architects. From Disney theme parks to the sleek surfaces of an Apple store, architectural design is becoming more about meeting human needs and less about current trends. For Curtis Miner Architecture, creating brand-driven environments for clients has been […]

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Specialist Spotlight: Dallas Nelson, AIA, NCARB

Meet our Public Architecture Specialist Project Architect Dallas Nelson has been working on public sector projects for nearly ten years now. To look at his design history, it’s clear that Public Architecture projects vary greatly in both size and function.  Currently he’s designing both a 2,000 pentagon shaped Baseball Scorers Building for the Art Dye […]

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Stepping Up: Stairs as a Showpiece

Show-stopping Stairway Design in Utah Architecture Stairs are often considered utilitarian, but who says they can’t be a showpiece? For example, take the 90 North Medical Office building that CMA designed to house Valley OB/GYN and other medical offices. The three-story staircase is visible from the outside of the building. It’s a continuous walnut wood […]

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School Career Day: A Tutorial from Utah Architects

Curtis Miner Architecture Builds the Future of Architecture in Utah Schools Community involvement is an important value at Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA), and so is building the future of architecture! Several of our Utah architecture professionals get involved in annual Career Day at various schools across the Wasatch Front. Here are two of our most […]

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