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  • March 1, 2019
    Do You Like Where You Work? Visit the CJ Miller Job Fair
    Picture of workers

    Are you looking for a company where you can build your career? Have you ever thought about working in construction? Here’s a few reasons you might enjoy working in this industry: It’s a chance to create something from nothing. Many of our projects involve a significant amount of earthwork, so you can participate in everything… Read more »

  • March 13, 2019
    Employee Steps Up With Snow Removal Efforts
    Photo of Buddy Petry with the owners

    Every winter, when our paving and excavating operations slow due to cold temperatures, CJ Miller LLC strives to provide employees with snow removal opportunities. As we all know, snow has its own schedule, arriving and finishing when it pleases. This winter we have had multiple snow occurrences, and we are grateful to the team effort… Read more »

  • March 4, 2019
    Retiring CJM Foreman Reflects On 40 Years of Moving Dirt
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    When you’re like CJ Miller Foreman Kevin Bitzer and have worked at a company for more than 40 years, you have some stories to tell. Some are perhaps not fit for print, but there are plenty of others that Kevin shared during a retirement lunch in his honor March 1. Kevin explained that when he… Read more »

  • February 28, 2019
    CJ Miller Employee Helps Because ‘It’s The Right Thing To Do’
    CJM Asphalt Plant Director Joe Frock

    When CJ Miller’s Asphalt Plant Director Joe Frock was sitting in a long line of cars on the morning of Feb. 20, he figured there must be an accident. Joe, who has worked at CJ Miller for about 15 years, was on his way to CJM’s Hampstead headquarters when he passed through the roundabout and… Read more »

  • January 30, 2019
    Stranger Captures Random Act Of Kindness From CJ Miller Employee
    Photo of John Decker with Donnie Reed.

    Back in December, CJ Miller Excavator Operator John Decker spotted a senior woman attempting to cross the street where CJ Miller is working on the Hampstead Streetscape Project. It was raining, and John was quick to come to the woman’s aid in helping her navigate the construction zone. “I always want to help,” said John,… Read more »

  • December 7, 2018
    CJM Safety Director Calms Family After Accident
    Picture of Royce with Billy and CJ Miller

    Congratulations to our latest Safety Sticker recipient, our own Safety Director, Royce Foltz. On Nov. 28, Royce was on the road and witnessed an accident on MD 30, not far from the CJ Miller Hampstead headquarters. Royce, who teaches CPR and First-Aid, OSHA 10 and OSHA 30, MSHA 20-hour and other safety instructional classes to… Read more »

  • November 21, 2018
    CJ Miller LLC Is Part Of Team Recognized For Excellent Work At Tallyn Ridge
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    CJ Miller LLC is proud to be part of the award-winning team that helped Homebuilder and Real Estate Developer Miller & Smith at Tallyn Ridge to earn the Excellence in Community Development Award from The Maryland Building Industry Association. The award was presented Nov. 15 to Miller & Smith for their excellence in design, planning,… Read more »

  • October 25, 2018
    CJM Safety Team Receives Recognition From National Safety Council

    Safety performance is always a priority at CJ Miller LLC, and we are proud that our team was awarded a 2018 Safety Committee Award from the National Safety Council. CJM was a contender with more than 500 companies and was honored with the Second Place award at the semiannual Affinity Insurance Risk Control Workshop in… Read more »

  • August 24, 2018
    Longtime Foreman Steps Up To Help At Accident Scene
    Bill Utz shares a laugh with two assistant project managers

    Foreman William Utz is a very familiar face at CJ Miller LLC, having worked for the company for the past 26 years.  Extremely knowledgeable and experienced in soil reclamation and other areas of sitework, Bill is a respected and valued member of the company. He’s also a bit of a spitfire and describes himself as… Read more »