GREGORY R. MILLER, P. E. joined Brad Carter in 1985 and became a partner in Carter Miller Associates in 1994. His experience has been the design of all structural elements for each structure. This includes spread footings, combination and cantilevered footings, and retaining structures, projects including single and multilevel steel and concrete structures, plate girders and trussed structures, Concrete beams, simple and 2-way flat plate slabs, Structures using every SJI type of component such as steel K-series, LH-series, DLH-series, and Joist Girder floor and roof systems, Wood beams, columns, diaphragms, trusses, and joist using timber and engineered wood products. In addition, his experience includes structural steel design and detailing steel for fabrication. He has extensive experience in checking many steel design connections. His experience also includes simple, tension, moment connections, and complex gusseted connections with consideration of bearing and tear out yield and fracture, and compression using Whitmore sections. He has designed cylindrical and rectangular hoppers. And possesses knowledge of the model building codes such is the IBC, ASCE-7, and material specific codes such as AISC, ACI 318, ACI 530 (for masonry), NDS (for wood), AISI (cold formed steel) and The Aluminum Associations Specifications.

EDUCATION: MS State University - BSCE 1984, Jones County Junior College - AA 1982 and Post Graduate Study - Jackson, MS, Annual Professional Development-15 PDY/YR.

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION: National Council of Engineering Examiners – Alabama-Florida-Georgia-Indiana-Louisiana-Mississippi-North Carolina-Nebraska-Ohio-Pennsylvania-South Carolina-Tennessee-Texas

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: American Society of Civil Engineers, CHI Epsilon, Kiwanis - Past President.

RECENT MAJOR PROJECTS: Magee Hospital, Magee, MS, MOB Building is a three story steel medical office building; the structure is composed of moment resisting frames and composite steel joist and slab. Holiday Inn - Full Service, Southhaven, MS is a five story composite deck metal stud system, this structure is supported on a reinforced concrete footing system, and required special attention to seismic reinforcement. Mississippi Army National Guard - Field Maintenance Shop; metal building with reinforced concrete foundation, this structure will house one 15 ton and one 7.5 ton overhead cranes.