hen administrators at Lafayette College wanted to transform the Grossman House, a historic campus structure, they called Miller, Miller & McLachlan.
The construction firm delivered—on time and on budget—a building that achieved Gold certification under the exacting standards of LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, and was honored with an Excellence in Construction Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors.
Then, as happens with many other clients, Lafayette College called back Miller, Miller & McLachlan for another project. The construction is now back on campus fully renovating the DKE fraternity house.
“Building a strong base of repeat and ongoing clients is the key to our growth,” said Mark C. Miller, one of the company’s three founders. The other two are Barry D. Miller and D. Scott McLachlan.
Founded in 1986, Miller, Miller & McLachlan provides general construction and construction management services to commercial, industrial and institutional clients within a 50-mile radius of Allentown. Current projects include constructing a new family life center for Bethany United Methodist Church, and building an addition to the Northampton Borough Fire Station. Whatever the project, the leaders of Miller, Miller & McLachlan are dedicated to customer service. They see their roles not just as builders, but as professionals serving a client’s needs, and becoming temporary extensions of their organization.
“We work closely with clients to ensure that their