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Hillside Physical Therapy Remodel

With construction complete, the residents of Hillside Nursing Home in Salt Lake City are enjoying the newly remodeled physical therapy gym designed by DEIV Architecture. The new gym includes a patient lift track and an occupational therapy center.  Because the gym is in the basement, the old gym lacked natural light.  The project involved addingContinue reading “Hillside Physical Therapy Remodel”

Bear River Valley Care Center Addition

A project that has been on the boards for many months now is the addition to the Bear River Valley Care Center in Tremonton, Utah.  This project will add a new face to a 1970’s era nursing home and give the facility a new state of the art physical therapy gym and occupational therapy clinic.Continue reading “Bear River Valley Care Center Addition”

9th and 9th

Collaboration is a great way to achieve more than what you are capable of alone.  In the past few months, DEIV Architecture has been collaborating with Inhabit Design Build, headed by Brad Waltman in Salt Lake City.  The collaboration has been fruitful and prospects are looking up for a continued mutually beneficial relationship. Proposed design.Continue reading “9th and 9th”

DEIV Architecture and the New Office!

DEIV Architecture is pleased to announce that we have moved into our new office located at 299 N 200 W, Bountiful, UT!   The new office is the latest step in building an architecture firm that is “Helping You Design Your World.”   The office of DEIV Architecture is shared with building owner, Prows Development,Continue reading “DEIV Architecture and the New Office!”

DEIV Architecture and the New Website

DEIV Architecture is proud to present our new website and domain.  While will still work to get you to our site, the new domain name is  The new website also increases the connectivity to social media platforms.  By adding a blogging component, stay tuned for new designs, project announcements, and general architectural topicsContinue reading “DEIV Architecture and the New Website”