Curtis Livingston Promoted to Principal
Curtis Livingston, AIA, NCARB, was recently promoted to Principal at Curtis Miner Architecture. Since joining CMA in 2016, Curtis has prioritized and fostered a culture of quality architecture and outstanding service. A 25-year industry veteran, he has been an influential contributor to the K-12 market in the Intermountain West.
“Curtis shares a vision for firm success, as well as exceptional performance in design, management, and project execution,” shares Curtis Miner. As principal, his role will expand to include leadership in business development and marketing activities. He will continue to focus his efforts on promoting CMA internal values and messages through participation in the firm’s Quality Committee.
Curtis leads the K-12 team at Curtis Miner Architecture. In his 25 years of experience, he has gained a depth of experience and knowledge in the education field having worked on numerous high school, middle school, and elementary school projects for many of the school districts in Utah, Wyoming, and Colorado. These include Wasatch High School, Corner Canyon High School, Timpanogos Middle School, Greenwood Elementary, and Pinedale Elementary.
Curtis received his Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies and a Master of Architecture from the University of Utah. Curtis is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. He is a Registered Architect in Utah, Arizona, and Florida.