Miller-Davis Company was founded in Kalamazoo by Orville Floyd Miller in 1909. The O.F. Miller Company offered building construction services as well as retail lumber sales. In 1923, Cameron L. Davis, then a recent graduate of the Engineering College of the University of Michigan, joined the firm as a junior engineer and estimator. In 1936, the firm was reorganized and incorporated as Miller-Davis Company. Mr. Miller left to continue his lumber business shortly thereafter and Mr. Davis took over management of the construction company serving as president for nearly 40 years until his retirement in 1973.
Now, over a century later, Miller-Davis continues to thrive on the challenges and opportunities offered by a dynamic construction industry and unique projects. On the surface, there seems to be a large difference between the company created by Orville Floyd Miller in 1909 and the Miller-Davis Company of today. Through the years, our construction services, tools, technology, and training have evolved, but our core values and unparalleled dedication to quality craftsmanship, client service, and our community remain unchanged. We adhere to these same guiding principles as we move forward into our second century of business.
Cameron L. Davis
Miller-Davis Company Founder