Company History

From office buildings, highways, schools, stadiums, shopping centers, hospitals to industrial buildings, the Millers have literally helped shape the region...


Titus Miller forms a contracting business in Lake Charles, Louisiana. The company was originally named Miller & Ory Construction.

T. Miller & Sons general contracting company is formed.

Alfred Miller (son of Titus Miller) founds Alfred Miller Contracting (AMC), a masonry contracting company.

Chester Miller (son of Alfred Miller) becomes President of AMC.

AMC provides masonry work for Burton Coliseum.

AMC provides masonry work for Lake Charles Memorial Hospital.

AMC produces its first batch plant concrete.

AMC launches design/build precast contracting.

CP Chem, Baytown, TX SE Control Center Project is recognized as an OSHA VPP Project, winning AMC the Joseph Jacobs Award.

Philip Miller (son of Chester Miller) becomes President of AMC. Chester assumes Vice President of Research and Development role.

AMC also builds its innovative moving buildings for the fireproofing yard and opens the largest shop fireproofing facility in the world.

AMC completes the largest fireproofing job in the U.S. petrochemical industry at Motiva Port Arthur.

AMC works on two major LNG projects and a massive Ethylene project in Southwest Louisiana.

AMC also purchases 11 acres of land to meet the needs of company growth and expansion and adds prestressed concrete capabilities.

AMC celebrates the company’s 70th anniversary and receives Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) plant certification.

AMC also completes the LARGEST petrochemical fireproofing job in the U.S. at Cameron LNG (2.2 Million Sq. Ft.).

Alfred Miller Contracting unveils new name: Alfred Miller Companies. The move officially serves notice of the true scope and depth of AMC's expertise and distinct market share in four, separate Oil and Gas industry verticals: Fireproofing, Precast, Buildings, and Field Services.