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Learning By Design’s Grand Prize Award – West Bountiful Elementary School

 MHTN’s West Bountiful Elementary School has been recognized with Learning By Design’s Grand Prize Award. The 65,000 SF, two-story educational facility is an on-site school replacement that features several learning environments in an open, collaborative space. The design promotes a variety of learning activities while learning studios easily open to a shared community space with […]

Newest Firm Advancements

MHTN would like to recognize and congratulate our firm’s newest advancements: Vice President: Mark Peterson Principal and Board of Director: Ryan Berry – Commercial and Religious; Cliff Curtis – K-12; Randy Knight – Higher Ed, Student Unions, and Religious; Heather Knighton – Marketing; Scott Later – K-12; Ryan Wallace – Planning, Landscape Architecture, and Municipality […]

Creating Spaces for Students to Imagine

When MHTN was hired to design the new West Bountiful Elementary School, the District asked our design team to create a school that would support learning throughout the building. From this vision stemmed the idea of creating fun space that would inspire learning and creativity. Our team immediately saw an opportunity to go consult with […]

The Creation of “Imagination” in K-12 Environments

In the design process for West Bountiful Elementary School, MHTN’s K-12 Team tapped into the creative nature of the students by leading them through a series of activities based on the theme of “imagination.” These activities included a full-school, reflection-style assignment with students asked to build on the idea of “I Imagine… “. Students were […]

“Active Learning. Active Life.”

The new Dixie State Human Performance Center is an innovative combination of three major campus functions: academic, recreation and athletics. An iconic landmark serving as a gateway for the west entry of campus, the new center resides in rich surroundings and a unique and inspiring landscape. Dramatic horizons in all directions, vistas across the city […]