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Construction Services

More than 40 years of experience, comprehensive resources and a cooperative, customer-oriented mindset come together for you.

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Brewing Capacity

New Brewery for popular beer maker

Distribution Capacity

New 100,000 sf distribution center for plumbing supply manufacturer

Manufacturing Capacity

New 350,000 sf plant for national door and window manufacturer

Fabrication Capacity

New multi-structure facility for wood products manufacturer

Production Capacity

Renovations to existing brewery

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Sustainable Construction

Miller Bros. Construction Inc. was demonstrating its expertise in environmentally-sound design and construction years before “building green” became an industry buzz phrase.

In 1999, we set out to build a very “green” building for the most environmentally conscious organization in the state -- the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

Ebensburg DEPIn 2001, our efforts were honored with the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence and the Award of Excellence from the Associated Builders & Contractors. It was also the country’s first building to be Gold LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). All three DEP offices that we’ve done have been Design-Build projects and Gold LEED Certified.

Geothermal heating, R-32 walls utilizing insulated concrete forms, demountable partitions, indirect lighting, and extensive use of recycled materials are a few of the features that helped earn the accolades. We worked with architect John Boecker of Kimball Associates to bring together the key elements of:

  • sustainable site design
  • water conservation & quality
  • minimizing impact on the environment
  • energy-conserving approach & systems
  • minimizing the use of non-renewable materials & resources

Click here to view more shots in the Photo Gallery; select Sustainable Construction Album

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