Miller Construction realigns its leadership

Tom Miller is now chairman, and his brother, former president Harley Miller, succeeded him as CEO

Apr.April 07, 2018 02:45 PM

CEO Harley Miller

Fort Lauderdale-based Miller Construction Co. announced new positions for its top management.

The 45-year-old, family-run company named former CEO Tom Miller chairman and promoted his brother, Harley Miller, from president to  CEO. The brothers co-founded Miller Construction.

The company also promoted Brian Sudduth to president from senior vice president, Traci Miller to senior vice president from vice president of business development, and Jeff Slade to senior vice president from vice president of operations.

Chairman Tom Miller

Miller Construction concentrates on commercial real estate project and counts such companies as City Furniture, Holman Automotive and Terranova Corp. among its clients.

Harley Miller told the South Florida Business Journal that the company expects its revenue to top $100 million this year.

Miller Construction has worked with Andy Cagnetta, CEO of Transworld Business Advisors, to establish a program permitting senior members of Miller’s salaried staff of 60 employees to become part owners.

The company’s owners now include three members of the Miller family and eight other employees.

Sudduth told the South Florida Business Journal that Tom Miller and Harley Miller still own a majority of the company. [South Florida Business Journal] Mike Seemuth

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