Mike Miller

As Southland's Mid-Atlantic Division Leader, Mr. Miller is responsible for the overall performance of the division, ranging from project selection through construction completion. His expertise lies in design-build delivery across a diverse group of market segments and he remains an advocate for the early formation of integrated project teams. After joining Southland in 1996 as a project engineer in Southern California, he moved to the Southwest Division where he was promoted to project manager. In 1999, he spearheaded the opening of a new regional office in the San Francisco Bay Area as division manager, then moved to Southland's Mid-Atlantic Division two years later to serve as project executive for the historic renovation of the Pentagon. Since joining the Mid-Atlantic Division, Mr. Miller also served as operations manager before his appointment to division leader in 2009. By focusing on true integrated design-build project delivery and lean construction methods, Mr. Miller has helped guide several of the company's divisions to success throughout his 16 years of design-build mechanical engineering and construction experience. He has not only been a part of the management team on several of Southland's largest and most challenging projects, but also assisted in the continued growth of his division. Mr. Miller received a bachelor's degree in architectural engineering from Penn State University. He is actively involved in the Partnership for Achieving Construction Excellence (PACE), an industry-university alliance focused on education, research and interaction, and is an active member of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA). He has also served as president for the Mid-Atlantic chapter of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA). Mr. Miller has served on Southland's Board of Directors since 2011.