For the past twenty-five years, Brower & Associates has been one of the premier architectural firms in Central Utah. Projects include commercial, educational, institutional, multi-family, religious and residential, from Bountiful to Blanding.

High profiles projects include:

  • The WordPerfect Corporation world headquarters in Orem
  • The SCERA Shell in Orem
  • The addition to the Monticello Temple in Monticello
  • Renovation of the Alpine and Provo Tabernacles
  • and many others
Mr. Brower started his career working in the architectural office of his father, Grant C. Brower, AIA, in Pocatello, Idaho. Most of the projects were educational buildings throughout Southeastern Idaho. While attending the University of Utah School of Architecture, Mr. Brower worked for several architectural firms in Salt Lake City that specialized in educational projects.

The family clinic in Fountain Green was designed for the Central Valley Hospital of Nephi. A nursing wing for the Beaver Valley Hospital was designed and built. A retirement community, with condos, assisted care facilities, a nursing home, medical offices and community center was designed near Missoula, Montana. The Center for Change, a residential facility for eating disorders, is under construction in Orem. Also, the renovation of Dr. Rod Maxfield's dental office in Pleasant Grove is in design.

Multi-family housing is growing very rapidly because of college students and diminishing land near cities. Any project with four or more housing units must be designed by an architect. The most recent multi-family project was the Spyglas Condominiums south of BYU.

Over the past twenty-five years, Brower & Associates has done over one hundred fifty religious projects, mostly for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The projects include a temple expansion, stake centers, ward houses, tabernacles, remodeling and additions. The most recent project is the additions to the Monticello Temple.

To learn more about these projects, click on the project type at the left.