Pete Miller PE, LEED AP BD+C


Eugene, OR

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    Pete Miller is an Associate and Senior Project Manager, working in KPFF’s Eugene office. He approaches sustainable civil design with a firm commitment toward practical execution and long-term maintenance, and always keeps the end user in mind. With an MBA in engineering management and over 20 years of engineering experience, he understands how to strike a good balance between meeting design expectations and accommodating practical and financial constraints, particularly for publicly-funded projects. Pete is an experienced project manager who carefully shepherds projects from start to finish. His comprehensive work on project development begins with startup and continues through concept level programming, master planning and construction. Pete prepares technical reports; coordinates with clients, government and regulatory agencies. Pete joined KPFF in 2011.

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    • MBA, Engineering Management, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA
    • MS Engineering Management, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA
    • BS Civil Engineering Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
    • AS Civil Engineering Technology, Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, PA
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    Project Experience

    13th & Olive/Active Transportation Corridor
    VA Eugene Healthcare Center
    University of Oregon, Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center
    Natural Grocers
    Pleasant Hill High School
    Regional Health and Education Center
    Jefferson Middle School
    Oregon Research Institute
    Randy and Susie Pape Complex (UO soccer / lacrosse field)
    The Uncommon Housing
    Elmira Elementary School

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    • Licensed Professional Civil Engineer: OR, CA
    • LEED Accredited Professional, BD+C
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    • American Public Works Association
    • Green Lane Sustainable Business Network
    • Eugene Chamber of Commerce
    • Springfield Chamber of Commerce
    • Cascadia Green Building Council 
    • Content in Context SuperLessons (C2SL) Industry Partner
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