A Quick Look:
Michael R. Miller, PE – CEO
Registration: Professional Engineer
– State of Ohio 1996
– Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 1998
– Commonwealth of Virginia 2005
– State of West Virginia 2005
– State of Maryland 2009
Master of Science in Civil Engineering – Cleveland State University, 1996
Bachelor of Architectural Engineering (Structural) – Pennsylvania State University 1990
Mike is a Principal in Charge and Project Manager on commercial, institutional, medical, research and restoration projects. He initated and continues to manage operations in our Cranberry Township office. His experience includes structural analysis and design of new structures; investigation, restoration/renovation and reuse of existing structures; building masonry facade investigation, remediation/restoration; preparation of feasibility studies; contract documents and specifications.
In addition, Mike's collaborative design approach has allowed his clients to develop and incorporate unique, but practical solutions on their projects. His project structural systems capabilities encompass; steel, composite steel, steel joist and joist girder, wood, timber, masonry, reinforced concrete and pre-cast concrete. Foundation systems design includes conventional spread footings, drilled piers (caissons), auger cast concrete piles and slab-ongrades on expansive soils, as well as performance specifications for concrete underpinning and soil-nailing.
Juniata College — Founders Hall Additions and Renovations —
The four-story structure, originally constructed in 1876, was completely restored including removal and reconstruction of the building's north wing. In addition, the monumental wood stair was replaced with a new steel-framed stair. The building will continue to provide administrative services for the entire College.
Harrisburg University Of Science And Technology Academic Center — Harrisburg, PA
A 16-story, 240,000 square-foot, mixed-use, steel-framed high-rise structure (2-levels of retail, 5-levels of education, and two mechanical levels), built above 7-levels of steel-framed parking (400 total spaces).
Upmc East Hospital And Garage - (in construction phase) —
New 300,000 square-foot seven-story hospital and 4-level 450-car precast concrete parking structure. The 175+ patient bed hospital includes a cancer center, imaging and surgical departments, cafeteria and loading dock. The garage, built on a sloping site, includes 2-way drive lanes, two elevators and two stair towers.
St. Kilian Parish — Education Center — Cranberry Twp., PA
The steel-framed and reinforced masonry bearing wall structure utilizes exterior exposed structural steel throughout the facility. The gymnasium and cafeteria roof structures utilize exposed custom steel trusses with dove-tail acoustical deck. The classroom wing utilizes composite steel floor framing and deck along with steel roof framing and roof deck. A large portion of the classroom structure is expressed within the corridors and classrooms. Shallow foundations with reinforced masonry were utilized throughout the project.