Jonathan works as a project manager at Curtis Miner Architecture. From an early elementary school age Jonathan has had a desire to be involved in architecture. He particularly enjoyed being involved in art and drafting classes. He went on to earn both a Bachelor’s (2003) and Master’s Degree (2006) from the University of Utah. Jonathan has worked professionally in architecture since 2003. He has experience in various construction and occupancy types ranging from automotive to healthcare. He has been with Curtis Miner Architecture since June of 2014. He is currently working towards testing for his architecture license.
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Jonathan considers himself a family man. He is married with (7) children (2 sets of twins) and finds the most joy watching movies, playing games and just generally spending time with his family.
Top-Notch Customer Service or Bust!
Balancing High-Level Design and Hands-On Service in Utah Architecture’s Booming Economy “It’s so busy!” We seem to hear it everywhere we go. A project meeting, site visit, or an industry event. Utah’s steady growth means firms are faced with the challenge of plentiful work and a skilled labor shortage. The question for CMA leadership is […]read more
A “Light” Remodel with Intermountain Healthcare in Provo
When it comes to remodeling the Intermountain Healthcare East Bay—West Office building in Provo, the “light” in this project refers to well-lit spaces rather than the ease of the project. The objective for Jonathan Johnson and the CMA healthcare team was straightforward: designing natural light throughout the office space. Doing so in the confines of […]read more
Rising to the Challenge: Jonathan Johnson
Meet our Healthcare Architecture Specialist For Project Manager Jonathan Johnson, every day is a chance to challenge himself and the healthcare design team. And the challenge certainly comes daily. The additional building codes, healthcare guidelines, and Life Safety codes (among others) keep Jonathan and the healthcare team on their toes. And beyond architectural design, Jonathan […]read more
Intermountain Healthcare Project Increases Occupant Comfort and Efficiency
The Intermountain Healthcare offices in Provo, Utah were remodeled to receive plenty of natural light – large, open office areas near the windows make a comfortable, relaxing environment designed to increase occupant comfort and efficiency. Large wall murals speak to the company’s brand of health and wellness.read more