Mike holds both a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies (2015) and Master of Architecture (2017) degree from the University of Utah. From a young age, he could be found designing, building, or fixing something around his home. It was a high school drafting class and an eye for fine detail that propelled Mike’s creative passions towards a career in architecture. Mike is registered with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and works as a Project Manager while he progresses towards licensure as an architect.
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Mike enjoys being outdoors: playing sports, camping, mountain biking, and riding 4-wheelers. He also finds fulfillment working on various projects around the house and in the yard. Mike is the husband of an amazing wife, father of two adorable children, and uncle to many nieces and nephews.
- December 2, 2020
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Taking the Next Step: Michael Sroufe’s Promotion to Project Manager
It’s no surprise Michael Sroufe was promoted to Project Manager just three years after joining Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA). With a Master of Architecture degree, Michael was driven and eager to learn when he joined CMA in 2017. “Initially my role was as a Senior Drafter, but after gaining valuable experience working with clients and […]read more
- September 17, 2019
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3D Printing: A Visual Aid for Outstanding Design Work
How 3D Models Benefit Designers, Clients, and Projects CMA continually seeks new and innovative ways to design structures. The use of 3D printing is a rapidly evolving technology. It’s one we frequently utilize to create working, realistic models to bring a building to life. “The biggest benefit is being able to visualize the big-picture composition. […]read more
- August 28, 2019
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Moving Up: Mike Sroufe’s Professional Progress
Shout-out to Mike Sroufe and his recent promotion to Junior Project Manager! Mike knew at a young age that his future was in architecture. He learned CAD and designed house plans in high school, designed a house for his sister, and even drew up plans for an addition to his neighbor’s house–all before he ever […]read more