The City of Salida, Colo., stands in the middle of the state in the Upper Arkansas River Valley, settled in the heart of the Rockies. Lonnie...
Brings more the 30 years of engineering and environmental experience to firm
Skelly and Loy hired Daniel L. Miller, P.E., as a wastewater/water systems design engineer to work in the firm’s Pittsburgh and Morgantown, W.V., offices.
As a wastewater/water systems design engineer, Mr. Miller is responsible for staff supervision, client relations, cost estimates, project scheduling and all other management aspects involved in water, wastewater and storm water design projects.
Mr. Miller will help to build Skelly and Loy’s municipal services presence in both western Pennsylvania and West Virginia while also performing technical design functions as senior environmental engineer.
With more than 30 years of combined experience, Mr. Miller has expertise in the areas of water, wastewater and groundwater treatment systems, specifically with physical/chemical and biological treatment systems. He has performed process design, detailed design and equipment procurement, installation, start-up and maintenance. His projects have involved a variety of industrial and municipal treatment facilities where he has worked in the role of project manager and assisted with regulatory negotiations. Mr. Miller earned a bachelor of science degree in engineering physics from West Virginia Wesleyan College and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania.