110 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE MATTERS

Since 1909, Miller-Davis has thrived on the challenges and opportunities offered by unique projects and a dynamic construction industry. Over the years, we have maintained our namesakes’, Orville Floyd Miller and Cameron Davis, dedication to providing attentive, high-quality services while continually broadening our horizons to offer the services that our clients require. To learn more about who we are, what we’ve accomplished and where we’re planning to go, take a walk through our history below.

1909
1909
O.F. MILLER COMPANY FOUNDED BY ORVILLE FLOYD MILLER
1923
1923
CAMERON DAVIS JOINED COMPANY
CONSTRUCTED FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, KALAMAZOO
1929
1929
CONSTRUCTED KALAMAZOO TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, KALAMAZOO
REPUTATION BECAME “TOUGH JOB” CONTRACTOR
1931
1931
CONSTRUCTED KALAMAZOO COUNTY COURTHOUSE, KALAMAZOO
1936
1936
COMPANY REORGANIZED, NAMED MILLER-DAVIS COMPANY
CAM DAVIS WAS NAMED PRESIDENT
1955
1955
CONSTRUCTED KALAMAZOO PUBLIC LIBRARY
1960
1960
OPENED OFFICES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, CHICAGO AND MICHIGAN CITY, IN
CONSTRUCTED UCLA PAULEY PAVILION
1970's / 1980's
1970s/1980s
PRESIDENTS: WILLIAM SINCLAIR, RICHARD MAUER, EDWIN TRENKLE, RAYMOND WIRKUS AND JAY YELTON
CONSTRUCTED KELLOGG COMPANY WORLD HEADQUARTERS
1986
1986
HERBERT BERG WAS NAMED PRESIDENT
1994
1994
WINNER OF THE AGC NATIONAL BUILD AMERICA AWARD, FETZER INSTITUTE RETREAT CENTER
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1996
REX BELL WAS NAMED PRESIDENT
2001
2001
ESTABLISHED THE MILLER-DAVIS FOUNDATION
2004
2004
WINNER OF THE AGC BUILD MICHIGAN AWARD, RADISSON PLAZA HOTEL & SUITES
2009
2009
WINNER OF THE AGC NATIONAL BUILD AMERICA AWARD, KALAMAZOO COLLEGE HICKS STUDENT CENTER
2014
2014
WINNER OF THE AGC NATIONAL BUILD AMERICA AWARD, BUILD MICHIGAN AND THE FIRST MICHIGAN GRAND AWARD, KALAMAZOO COLLEGE ARCUS CENTER FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE LEADERSHIP