In 2018, we rolled out a new employee orientation program called ME Week which focuses on familiarizing new hires with our organization and our people. Three times a year, we bring our new employees together to foster relationships, learn about our various business units, strategy, innovation and the great people who built and work inside […]
When hired to be a part of the Miller team, our newest electricians are given the support and training needed to hit the ground running. A new Construction Wireman Bootcamp is just an extra tool in that toolbox. The CW Bootcamp was created to give extra training to our entry-level employees to make them safer […]
We’re back on-site at the new Borowy Family Children’s Critical Care Tower in downtown Jacksonville for another inside look at the construction process. This time, Superintendent Tony Barroso is talking about the complexity of completing a hospital project. Constructing and maintaining healthcare facilities is complex– and for good reason. While schedules are often ambitious […]
‘Twas two nights before Christmas, and Santa found himself without a sleigh. Watch this video to find out how Miller saves Christmas Day!
The 7th annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is here and takes place November 15 – 21, 2021. NAW is a nationwide celebration where industry, labor, equity, workforce, education, and government leaders host events to showcase the successes and value of Registered Apprenticeships for rebuilding our economy, advancing racial and gender equity, and supporting underserved communities. […]
Baptist Health System, one of North Florida’s most comprehensive health care systems, is expanding its downtown Jacksonville, FL, campus. The Baptist Jacksonville Entry/Wolfson Children’s Critical Care Tower will open in early 2022, ensuring the most vulnerable patients receive the highest level of neonatal and pediatric intensive care in a state-of-the-art, family-centered environment. Miller Electric Company […]
Poor cellular connectivity is a widespread problem inside many buildings and facilities. Most often, disruption is due to the construction material used in buildings. Metal, concrete, and Low-E glass can all reflect cellular and radio signals, resulting in low signal or dropped calls. Additionally, the immense amount of data required by numerous users can drastically […]
Miller Electric Company took home one Eagle award and one Pyramid award at this year’s Associated Builders and Contractors Florida First Coast Chapter Excellence in Construction Awards. The Excellence in Construction awards program is the industry’s leading competition that honors both general and specialty contractors for innovative and high-quality merit shop construction projects. The award […]
At Miller Electric Company, we salute the contributions millions of immigrants have made to our nation. Watch here the story of Paul Kamau, who came to the United States from Kenya and is now a foreman with us in Atlanta. Earlier this year, Paul completed the process to become a naturalized U.S. citizen.
The most common natural disasters in the southeast are hurricanes. Much like the 2020 storm season, many states are preparing for an above-average amount of storms. While August – October are considered prime months for hurricanes, Sept. 10 is the statistical peak of storm activity. This peak typically occurs because the warmer waters of the […]