In the not too distant future, office walls will be missing a familiar face; that surprised emoticon we’ve come to rely on to power everything we use. That’s right; outlets could very well become a thing of the past. Like the pay phone, pager and rabbit ears, this trusted technology is on the verge
Featured in the photo is the Morrissey Engineering Building.
Even in the Midwest, where energy is relatively cheap, solar panels can be used to create energy savings for businesses. For those brave enough to make the switch to solar power, savings can add up over time.
Nearly everything we enjoy and use to enhance our productivity
When it comes to commercial electrical lighting projects, there’s a lot more involved than just light switch wiring. Projects can be complex and specifications can be intricate, but the payoff is usually illuminating in the beauty and effect that lighting projects bring.
Omaha residents are familiar with the Old Market District. Home to restaurants, bars,
In life and in energy management, change starts with a baseline.
If you want to lose weight, you first need to know what you weigh, how often you exercise, and how many calories you consume, on average, each day. If you’re a homeowner who wants to reduce your energy consumption and engage in more cost-effective
Ask a commercial electrical contractor how they implement green features on renovation projects and new construction builds and many will tell you one of the easiest ways to implement green electrical design is through energy efficient devices or alternative energy sources.
Solar panels, for example, have caught on with businesses in areas where traditional energy is
For eight years “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe crisscrossed America, giving viewers a window into the hard but rewarding work that welders, steamfitters, pipefitters, electrical contractors, industrial electricians, commercial service electricians and others in the building trades perform.
In 2008, Rowe started a foundation called Mike Rowe Works to raise awareness among young people about the
Every year, Miller Electric employees partner with other area Trades industry professionals and educators at Metropolitan Community College’s Fort Omaha Campus to give local students an opportunity to gain hands on exposure to carpentry, welding, plumbing and electrical work.
As one of the top electrical contractors in Omaha, we have a vested interest in ensuring
Earlier this year, we talked about Miller Electric’s work on the Creighton University School of Dentistry’s new facility. We’re excited to provide an update on that project and a virtual tour of the new facility!
Highlights of the New Creighton University Dental School Facility
All that Building Information Modeling (BIM) work Miller Electric performed early on
When Nebraska Medicine decided to proactively replace aging electrical equipment and infrastructure within Clarkson Hospital, trusted relationships were critical in ensuring positive outcomes.
While gratitude is something to practice all year round, the holiday season gives us a timely opportunity to reflect on a few important things we are particularly thankful for at Miller Electric.
Miller Electric Company is proud of our people, and not just because we’re employee-owned. Identifying the best local electricians in the industry,