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Wishing Ted Miller a very happy retirement

As 2021 draws to a close, we also say farewell and happy retirement to one of Associated Engineering’s longest serving employees, Ted Miller. As he embarks on his well deserved post-work life, we look back on his over 57 year career with us.

Ted began his AE journey in 1964 with our Vancouver office, working on the then new Highway 63 between Edmonton and Fort McMurray. His early responsibilities also included surveying and inspecting various projects in the BC Lower Mainland.

In 1966, Ted relocated to Prince George and quickly established himself as a senior construction inspector and a key member of the office. There he was involved with numerous projects including subdivisions, roads, treatment plants, and utilities for the City of Prince George, including helping to build the brand new community of Mackenzie. Ted returned to Vancouver in the 1980s, where he further built his resume by adding inspections of site work for both Expo 86 and BC Place.

Later, Ted joined our Kelowna office, working on projects for 14 years, in various locations up and down the Okanagan Valley and the Prince Rupert region. He led the survey for the design of the Okanagan Connector and he was the senior inspector for the Mill Creek Flood Diversion Channel. In 2000, Ted began working for our Calgary office on a major industrial landfill program that continues successfully to this day.

All of us at Associated wish Ted a very happy retirement and sincerely thank him for his many contributions to our organization and his decades of incredible service to our clients!

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