Kyle Mendoza | ASSOCIATE AIA


Kyle has worked in the architectural industry as a designer and BIM team leader since 2003. Kyle’s main focus has been on educational facilities, both new and remodel/renovation, and athletic facilities. Kyle’s understanding of construction methods and techniques combined with his knowledge on BIM software provides a valuable bridge between the project architect and the production staff. This experience and attention to detail creates true value to the client by creating clear, concise and comprehensive construction documents.

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In addition to Kyle’s love of architecture, his family and athletics are the center of his lifestyle away from the office. Camping, hiking, boating & four-wheeling are regular weekend events for Kyle and his family. While playing football and baseball in college, Kyle continued to develop as an athlete. He enjoys the ‘glory days’ today by participating in softball, flag football and basketball which help keep his athletic drive alive.

Making the Jump: Kyle Mendoza Promoted to Project Manager

An order of congratulations to Kyle Mendoza for his recent promotion to Project Manager! Kyle has been working in construction since 2006 when he was hired to complete construction documents for Wasatch High School. He fell in love with the diversity of experience and hasn’t looked back since. Kyle has set himself apart for his […]

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Three Recent Promotions

Congratulations to three members of our CMA team on their recent promotions: Merrill Roberts is now BIM Specialist, Kyle Mendoza has been promoted to Project Manager, and Mike Anderson has been promoted to Associate Architect. We’re proud of the talent and teamwork that the gentlemen show every day.

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Specialist Spotlight: Kyle Mendoza

Utah K-12 Education Architecture Delivers Unique Solutions for each Individual School Kyle Mendoza is a BIM Team Leader at Curtis Miner Architecture. Kyle began his career in K-12 education architecture back in 2006, when he was hired to complete the construction documents for Wasatch High School. He’s never looked back. 12 years later, Kyle has […]

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