• Viva Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Highway 7

    Infrastructure Ontario - York Region

    The Highway 7 rapidway extends from Highway 50, Vaughan to Reesor Road, Markham.  The rapidway will connect the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre to the Richmond Hill/Langstaff Urban Growth Centre to the Markham Centre. The Viva Bus Rapid Transit project will allow rapid transit buses to move out of congested traffic.  This will enable those who ride the…

  • Viva Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Yonge St.

    The Regional Municipality of York

    The Yonge Street rapidway will extend north on Yonge Street from the Richmond Hill/Langstaff Urban Growth Centre, Highway 7, to Green Lane, Newmarket. The Viva Bus Rapid Transit project will allow rapid transit buses to move out of congested traffic.  This will enable those who ride the bus the ability to get around York Region’s…

  • Highway 407 East Expansion Phase 1

    Infrastructure Ontario - MTO

    The Extension of Highway 407 ETR from the Brock Road Interchange Eastern Limit in Pickering to the Harmony Road Interchange Eastern Limit in Whitby/Oshawa (approx. 20.3 km), including the West Durham Link (WDL), east of Lake Ridge Road, serving as a north-south freeway connector to Highway 401 (approx.10 km), and a realignment of Highway 401…

  • 407 East Extension Phase 2

    Infrastructure Ontario - MTO

    The 407 East Extension Phase 2 Project is a major infrastructure undertaking that will extend Highway 407 eastward from Harmony Road, Oshawa to Highway 35/115 near Clarington, Southern Ontario.  The extension will be a 22 kilometer, four lane roadway. Phase 2A: East-west section from Harmony Road to Taunton Road/Highway 418. Phase 2B: East-west section from Highway…

  • Highway 427 Expansion

    Infrastructure Ontario - MTO

    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…

  • Full Depth Reclamation & Resurfacing Programs

    Macon Co. Chambers Co. Bullock Co. Wilcox Co.

    In working with the Southeast Cement Association many Alabama Counties have performed full depth reclamation projects and have determined the process to costs less than conventional reconstruction methods by utilizing the existing in-place materials…

  • Annual Full Depth Reclamation

    Monroe County, Coweta County

    Each of these Georgia Counties has developed a budget to perform a full depth reclamation project as required and have found the process to minimize the impact on the environment by reducing the amount of materials brought to and from the site thereby conserving fuel and other precious resources…

  • Palm Bay Florida Full Depth Reclamation & Resurfacing

    City of Palm Bay Public Works

    City Council approved in 2006 a City wide road full depth reclamation and resurfacing program. The Miller Group was awarded a contract to reclaim the roads selected. The scope of services include field material sampling and evaluation, development of a mix design, full depth reclamation and …

  • Full Depth Reclamation & Resurfacing Project with Emulsion

    City of Fairburn Public Works

    Project consisted of the mix design, reconstruction and widening of an existing 22’ road section with sever fatigue cracking and potholes. 2 feet each side was trenched out with a 2’ milling machine and the road was pulverized to a depth of 10.5 inches to achieve a reclaimed road base of 26 feet wide…

  • Treat and Reconstruct Community Airport Taxiways and Roadways

    Spruce Creek Home Owners Association

    The Spruce Creek HOA developed a project that addressed the pavement sections in the community. This is a high income private gated flying community with access to their homes by way of airplane taxiways and vehicle roadways. The reconstruction of the pavement areas was accomplished with …

  • Stabilization and Reconstruction with Cement

    This project was a parking area with loading docks of a large meat processing company. The work consisted of meeting with the General Building Contractor and Owner to compare the structural values in using conventional removal and replacement with full depth reclamation and resurfacing…

  • Merritt Park – Amphitheatre Construction

    Welland Recreational Canal Corporation

    In April of 2009, Miller began construction of the Merrit Park amphitheatre in Welland, Ontario. The 750 seat, Natural amphitheatre was cut into the east bank of the Welland Recreational Waterway, serving as a permanent seating facility for local musical and theatrical events…

  • MTO Highway 23

    Ministry of Transportation Ontario

    The unique nature of this contract results from the combination a traditional tender with a design build tender. The two structure rehabilitations and a few minor entrance realignments were designed by Ministry but the remaining 9.4km of highway was left for the contractor to design…