Gerrit W. Timmerman | AIA
Gerrit W. Timmerman, AIA, is a principal architect at Curtis Miner Architecture. He studied architecture at the University of Utah where he received a Bachelor of Science (1998) and Master of Architecture (2000) degrees. Early in his career he focused primarily on complex healthcare and higher education facilities, as well as challenging hospital expansion and remodel projects. This experience has led him to excel in healthcare planning and project management roles. Over the past several years, Gerrit has advanced his skills in the design and programming of commercial, multi-family residential, automotive, healthcare and educational facilities. He enjoys managing a diverse range of projects from start to finish balanced with overseeing the marketing efforts for the firm.
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Gerrit enjoys spending time with friends and family in the outdoors or participating in sports, camping, fishing, skiing, soccer, basketball and golf. He especially enjoys his time hiking.
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 […]read more
Four Excellence in Masonry Awards
Curtis Miner Architecture projects receive Utah Masonry Council awards Curtis Miner Architecture is honored to be the recipient of four esteemed Utah Masonry Council Excellence in Masonry Design awards for 2018. The American Heritage School Athletics Facility was awarded the Institutional Private Projects Honor Design Award. The Athletics Facility at American Heritage High School is […]read more
Life in the Fast Lane
Four Trends in Utah’s Auto Dealership Architecture Everyone can see the trends in the automotive industry by watching a car commercial. Gone are the days where buyers are excited about power windows and locks. Today, new buyers are excited about Bluetooth sound systems and lane assist technology. But what are some of the trends in […]read more
Commercial Design Approach: Improving Employee Health and Wellness
The following article was published in the Utah Construction & Design Magazine July 2018 Issue. http://utahcdmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/UCD.July_.V6Spreads.pdf Designing for a Healthy Utah Workforce When designing corporate workplace buildings, one of the key goals of employers is creating spaces that will attract and retain quality employees. According to the CDC, the average full-time working American spends 1/3 of […]read more
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 […]read more
Blueprint for Better Cities: 2018 AIA Conference in Review
CMA at the American Institute of Architects Annual Conference on Architecture In June, six of the Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) team members: Jay Taggart, Gerrit Timmerman, Curtis Miner, Mike Anderson, Curtis Livingston, and Kurt Mather, flew to New York City to attend this year’s AIA National Conference, Blueprint for Better Cities. This focus of the conference […]read more
Bariatric Medicine Institute Awarded by ABC Utah
We’re over the moon! The Bariatric Medicine Institute surgical center remodel recently received the ABC Utah Chapter’s 2017 Excellence in Construction Award for a Healthcare Renovation Project Over $1,000,000.read more
Client Profile: Utah Automotive Architecture with Ken Garff Automotive Group
Five Lessons of Gratitude During this season of thanksgiving, Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) is reflecting on valuable lessons of gratitude we’ve learned. We continue to be thankful for our clients. CMA has become an expert in automotive architecture in Utah. One owner CMA has worked with for over five years is Ken Garff Automotive Group […]read more