This year, Miller Electric brought home two Pyramid awards at the Associated Builders and Contractors Florida First Coast Chapter Excellence in Construction Awards. ABC Florida First Coast is Florida’s leading commercial construction trade association, they award both general and specialty contractors based on their highest-quality projects. Entries are submitted from across the nation and the winners are judged on complexity, attractiveness, unique challenges, completion time, workmanship, innovation, safety, and cost.
Baptist Health Borowy Family Children’s Critical Tower- Pyramid Award
Baptist Health Systems brought us in two years ago as a single resource, full-service electrical provider, utilizing our in-house capabilities which included our Preconstruction, ICT (Information Communication Technology), Healthcare, and Integrated Solutions teams. Further enabling the growth of Wolfson Children’s intensive care capabilities, the seven-story, 225,000-square-foot building will now serve as the “front door” to the expanded campus — a $224 million expansion project that has been in the works since May 2019.
In addition to 127 patient beds, the tower will feature a site-specific Healing Arts Program: curated art installations throughout the two lobby floors, in the critical care units, and in every patient room to help inspire and uplift children as they get better.
Miami Marlin’s Free Flow Parking System- Pyramid Award
Miller Electric Company’s Integrated Solutions Group was contracted by the Miami Parking Authority under two separate contracts for the master integration of the Miami Marlins Stadium (LoanDepot Park) Freeflow Parking System.
This system integration project consisted of two separate contracts. One contract was for the installation of a network of 16 fixed ALPR cameras on the main entrances and exits of the four parking garages surrounding the Miami Marlins Stadium, a.k.a. LoanDepot Park. This included the furnishing and installation of the fixed ALPR cameras, network switches, software licensing, and configuration for the four parking garages.
The second contract was for the installation of two mobile ALPR systems on two Ford Escape SUVs owned and operated by the Miami Parking Authority for the purpose of enforcing the parking rules for the Miami Marlins Stadium. Both the Fixed and Mobile ALPR systems work in tandem to execute the Freeflow Parking system.