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Founded in 2006, Newpoint Design is a full service architectural firm located in the scenic resort town of Heber City, Utah. The firm’s principal architect, Peter C. Meuzelaar AIA, has over 15 years of experience. This experience covers a broad range of commercial and residential project typologies, including hospitality, resort, retail, office, restaurant, high-end and affordable residential, multi-family, recreational, transportation, medical, adaptive re-use, correctional and public safety.

At Newpoint Design we are dedicated to a high level of design, detail and coordination, resulting in projects that meet our client’s needs and that integrate with and respect the site, its’ context and the local environmental conditions. Listening and in turn responding to what we hear, is our key focus. It is through listening to the needs and desires, as well as constraints, of both the client and the site, that we are able to effectively employ our experience and available tools to arrive at a design solution that is pleasing to the client and responsive to the environment. 

Constant and clear communication, optimal organization and careful attention to detail are some of the practices and characteristics in which we pride ourselves. A project is not complete when the design has been put to paper. It is through clear communication with the client, the contractor, the engineers and all other parties of the design/construction team and through careful detailing of the project, that the design is translated into a successful building. 

Give us a call today and we can set up an appointment for a free initial consultation.

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