Christmas is a season of light. From the secular to the sacred, lights both capture and reflect the hope and warmth of the holidays. It’s why we all love to decorate our homes and trees with lights or stroll around the Gene Leahy Mall in the crisp winter weather to enjoy the twinkling strands hanging above us gracefully in the leaf-barren trees.

As a commercial electrical contractor, Miller Electric has an innate connection to this seasonal joy; not only do we appreciate its value, we are privileged to bring that hope to life through the electrical design, construction and wiring that we do for businesses and organizations throughout our community.

One such organization, which we are proud to have helped, is the KANEKO. Initially, our custom commercial department provided the electrical work in the atrium that connects the KANEKO’s three brick buildings. From the accent lights on the beam pockets to the type of glass installed in the
atrium windows, the KANEKO makes creative use of light throughout its space.

An installment in the exhibition, which tracks visitors’ movement and responds in light.An installment in the exhibition, which tracks visitors’ movement and responds in light.

So, it seemed both fitting and natural for Miller Electric to work with the KANEKO again to design and install the wiring for its gallery space in its currently-running “Light” exhibition.

Charlie and Joe in the “Infinity Room,” an installment to which Miller ran power.

Charlie and Joe in the “Infinity Room,” an installment to which Miller ran power.

“Miller has had, not only with us, but with other organizations, a long-term relationship where they
have produced some quality, artisan work,” says KANEKO Executive Director Chris Hochstetler. “They are a very meticulous organization that takes its craft to the next level to produce an environment that is beyond the ordinary setting. It’s one thing to install power and hook up fixtures. It’s another to bring specialty lighting to a magnificent gallery that is coupled with stylized architecture. They’ve been able to do that because they are craftsmen artisans.”

LED hallway lighting, which Miller designed for the exhibition.

LED hallway lighting, which Miller designed for the exhibition.

We appreciate Chris’ kind words. We all know we take great pride in our work both to conduct it safely and deliver exceptional results for every client. We’re thankful for the relationships we’ve
developed with customers like the KANEKO and others who trust us to bring light and power to their ventures. If you have time, be sure to check out the Light exhibition at the KANEKO, and Miller’s gallery wrap recognition, which runs from December 5 – March 31.