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$6,200 worth of equipment stolen from Miller Construction

Juneau police are investigating a theft of $6,200 worth of surveying equipment from Miller Construction in the Mendenhall Valley.Juneau Police Department spokesman Lt. David Campbell said an employee reported that repeaters, antennas...
Miller construction offers lowest bid

JUNEAU - Miller Construction Co. came up with the lowest bid to build a track and field at the new high school in the Mendenhall Valley, according to a city...
Miller Construction in line for sewer bid

JUNEAU - Miller Construction of Juneau is the apparent low bidder for the contract to build phase three of the North Douglas sewer extension. During bidding...
Photo: Sewer project moving along

Toby Miller of Miller Construction Co. Ltd. uses an excavator Wednesday to lower a trench box into a trench on a North Douglas beach during ongoing work for the North Douglas sewer expansion project.
Assembly accepts bid to build track

JUNEAU - If no protest is filed, Miller Construction Inc. of Juneau will win the bidding to construct...The Juneau Assembly on Monday accepted the bid. Miller Construction offered to install a synthetic field and all-weather...
Photo: Breaking ground on sewer project

...From left are Assembly members Merrill Sanford and Jonathan Anderson, City Manager Rod Swope, Toby Miller of Miller Construction, Assembly member Bob Doll, City Engineer Rory Watt and Juneau Engineering Director Roger Healy.
To speed traffic in Auke Bay, DOT first disrupts it the end; it'll keep the flow coming in and out of Auke Bay once (drivers) figure it out."Juneau's Miller Construction is contractor working literally night and day on the almost $5 million project. Nighttime work picked up this...
Aurora Harbor project awarded to Ore. company

...the two city-owned cruise ship docks cannot accommodate ships larger than 965 feet and 780 feet in length.Miller Construction has nearly completed work on the new Cruise Ship Terminal Staging Area, which was scheduled to be finished in...

...married the "love of his life." His first Alaska job was at DIPAC until the end of the season. He then worked for Miller Construction as a flagger and Gold Belt Security at the Juneau Int'l. Airport. The last 4 years he has worked for SECON...
Photo: Sign language

James Flake of Miller Construction flags a car Wednesday near a closed portion of road at the intersection of Anka Street and Jenkins Drive. Construction crews are...


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