Daniel Miller AIA, CSI, CCCA, LEED-AP

Assoc. A.S., Architectural Tech., 1978, Sinclair Community College
Assoc. A.S., Civil/Construction Tech., 1978, Sinclair Community College
Registered Architect 1993, State of Ohio

Dan has over 34 years of experience in the preparation of project specifications, building code analysis, cost estimating, coordination of engineering disciplines, contract administration, and field observation of various projects for institutional, industrial, educational, religious, retail and commercial construction and renovations.

Code Compliance: Dan is a former State of Ohio Certified Plans Examiner and is currently an alternate on the City of Dayton Board of Building Appeals. Dan has been active in Codes and Standards for more than 25 years and provides all code-compliance reviews for AMA projects.

Contract Administration: Dan has significant experience in administration of State of Ohio and private projects, and is well-versed in all forms of contract documents. Dan is involved in all projects from initial design stages through completion. He is aware of the project issues and works closely with contractors to keep the project running smoothly.
Cost control: In the role of estimator for Annette Miller Architects, Dan constantly stays abreast of trends in construction costs, incorporating current information into our estimating database on a monthly basis.

Estimating requires a rigorous approach and continuing attention to the factors affecting building costs. AMA provides this attention for all projects and all clients.

Notable Projects

Construction Admin., Specifications
Wright State University, Student Success Center
Miami University, Upham Hall Renovation
The Ohio State University, Journalism Building Renovations

Construction Admin.
Wright State University, Neurosciences Engineering Collaboration Building

Q&A

What is your approach to architecture?
We all have our particular roles to fulfill in the profession of architecture, whether it is design, technical documents or construction administration. My approach has been to find the place where I feel most effective and then pursue that with a passion for and a commitment to excellence. With my limited design training, it has always been my desire to take the designer’s design and to make it work and complete the vision for the designer.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?
The most rewarding part of my job is being at the place in the project where the client’s dream and the designer’s vision become a reality that can be seen and experienced.