Max J. Smith
Max Smith started MJSA Architecture and Interior Design in 1973.

Awards / Publications:
Utah State History: Outstanding Achievement Award 2007
     ZCMI General Warehouse/Artspace, City Center
Utah Heritage Foundation: Heritage Award 2003
     Alta Club Restoration
Utah Heritage Foundation: Heritage Award 2002
     McCune Mansion Restoration
Utah Heritage Foundation: Heritage Award 2002
     Walker Mansion Restoration
Utah Heritage Foundation: Heritage Award 2002
     Fort Douglas Theatre Renovation
Associated General Contractors: Renovation Project of the Year 2001
     Provo City Library at Academy Square
Utah Heritage Foundation: Heritage Award 1998
     Safe Haven Adaptive Reuse
Utah Heritage Foundation: Heritage Award 1993
     Terry-Gile Mansion Restoration
Utah Heritage Foundation: Heritage Award 1991
     General Engineering Building Adaptive Reuse
Utah Chapter AIA: Citation for Design Excellence 1996
     State of Utah Governor's Mansion Restoration
1997 Agency Award of Excellence in Project Design
National Association of Housing and Re-Development Officials (NAHRO) 1997 Agency Award for Excellence in Project Design
     California Tire and Rubber Company (Artspace)
1996 Citation for Design Excellence, Utah Chapter AIA
     Utah State Governors Mansion

Community Service:
Salt Lake Art Center Board of Directors
     Member and President 1975 - 1980
Salt Palace Calvin Rampton Convention Center
     Advisory Board and Member 1976-1980
Artspace
     Board of Directors 1985 - 2005
Valley Mental Health Foundation
     Trustee and Treasurer 1994 - 2004
Salt Lake City Planning Commission
     Mayoral Appointment Chair, 1995-2001
Alta Club Board of Directors 1998-2000
     Vice President 2004, and President 2005
Red Butte Garden, University of Utah
     Advisory Board Member and Board President 1999-2007
Art Placement Sub-Committee Utah State Capitol Building, Capitol Preservation Board
     Board Member, 2003-present Division of State History/Utah State Historical Society
     Board Member, 2004-present
Education
L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Fountainebleau, France:
Diplomé d'Architecture
University of Utah:
Bachelor of Arts Architecture

Professional Licensing
Architect: Utah