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The Miller Group builds and supports urban and rural infrastructure across Canada and throughout the Southeastern United States.

The Miller Group is a Colas company in Canada, a Canadian leader in the construction and maintenance of transportation infrastructure. Colas Canada is itself part of the Colas Group, a world leader in the construction and maintenance of transportation infrastructure. As part of the Colas Canada family, we will continue to evolve and thrive.

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Leveraging the past
to build the future

We have the industry’s best talent, greatest expertise and the strongest innovation capabilities.

Our History & Vision

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Duchesnay Creek Bridge

Originally constructed in 1937, the Duchesnay Creek Bridge connects the City of North Bay and the Nipissing First Nation. In 2021, it was replaced with a one-of-a-kind structure, built using laminated, high-quality Douglas Fir girders.

North Bay  ◆  Highways & Bridges
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Gardiner Expressway Resurfacing

Each year, the City of Toronto shuts down the Gardiner Expressway for a weekend to perform selective resurfacing and maintenance. Brennan Paving & Construction Ltd, a subsidiary of the Miller Group, was the successful bidder in 2021.

Toronto  ◆  Highways & Bridges
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Highway 427 Expansion

Extending Highway 427 is a key priority in addressing the efficient movement of people and goods within the context of the province’s Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

Vaughan  ◆  Heavy Civil Infrastructure
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Moncton Airport

The Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport (YQM) drives over $665 million of economic activity annually, making it one of the top private-sector economic contributors to New Brunswick’s economy, and an important connection point within the central Maritimes.

Moncton  ◆  Private Sector

We’re always striving to be better. From investing in our people, to improving how we work, we push ourselves to enhance the value we offer our team and our partners.

— Ryan Essex, President, The Miller Group


We succeed because we respect our people and invest in their development and well-being.

We’re always on the lookout for smart people with the drive to take on challenges, think about what our customers need in new and innovative ways, and deliver creative solutions.


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Health, Safety
And Environment

The Miller Group’s longstanding commitment to a safe working environment is founded on a shared responsibility, regardless of an employee’s position or scope of work.

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Social and community involvement are essential elements in what it means to be Miller. When we feel a sense of belonging to the communities where we live and work, we perform better as a team. Being active in our communities and making a contribution enables us to make meaningful connections with our neighbours. We leverage our global network to make a positive local impact, building trusted relationships that enrich everyone’s quality of life. 

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Truth and Reconciliation Crosswalk in Saugeen Shores

The Miller Group was honoured to contribute to the opening of the Truth and Reconciliation Crosswalk at GC Huston Public School in Saugeen Shores, where 50% of the students are Saugeen First Nations.

The Huron Country Board of Education, Town of Saugeen Shores and Saugeen First Nations Council worked together on an initiative to bring continued light to past atrocities but also to chart new beginnings in the community by holding a very special event. Miller was proud to lend our support to the design and construction of their vision. Greg Johnson and Tyler Corrigan led the Line Paint Team in creating the commemorative crosswalk.

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2022 Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer

Scotiabank’s Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer 2022 was a rousing success, raising over $2.6 million for Cancer Research. As the world’s largest hockey fundraiser supporting the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, The Miller Group was proud to once again represent with a team that proudly went 4-0! The all-day event featured hundreds of road hockey games, and over 1,500 players and volunteers united by one common goal: to conquer cancer in our lifetime.

This is The Miller Group's seventh year participating in this exciting event and we once again surpassed our fundraising goal by raising $20,000! All funds raised go to The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation for crucial research, therapies and treatments.