Curtis Miner Architecture Expands Our Offices!


Our Utah Architecture Firm Celebrates Growth with new Office Space

Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) recently expanded our office space, adding 1,655 SF and remodeling 455 SF. “The remodel is intended to increase comfort and well-being for our staff and visitors,” explains Jay Taggart, Principal, who managed the project.

The remodel adds several workstations, incorporates natural light for all staff, and increases the common gathering area – known as CMA Commons – to be large enough to comfortably hold company meetings, client presentations, staff trainings, or just a place to recharge during the day.


New workstations

Staff was involved throughout the process: a demolition party held in January gave each person a chance to use a sledgehammer and take a swing at the conference room wall that was being demolished.


2 CMA employees take a swing at the old conference room wall

“Building camaraderie is a great way to unite an office, and the Commons area provides room for employees to get to know each other without just talking about projects,” says Senior Drafter Merrill Roberts, “The two production areas have an open feeling which allows team members to collaborate without distracting other groups or interrupting individual tasks.”


New “Commons Area”