Jones Edmunds Taps Frank Miller to Support Firm’s Winter Haven Office
Jones Edmunds & Associates, Inc., a Florida-based engineering and environmental sciences consulting firm, announced today the addition of Project Manager Frank Miller, PE. In his new position, Miller will support the firm’s Winter Haven office operations and oversee projects from initiation through completion while developing and maintaining strong client relationships.
“Frank is dedicated to providing exceptional environmental and infrastructure solutions to the Winter Haven community and beyond,” Rick Ferreira, PE, Jones Edmunds President and CEO. “His expertise will continue to support and enhance our growing client base.”
Miller brings more than 18 years of engineering and project management experience to Jones Edmunds. He most recently served as a senior engineer for the Seminole County Environmental Services Department and is a US Navy veteran with six years of dedicated service. His engineering experience in water and wastewater systems planning, design, permitting, and construction includes membrane processes, pump stations, biosolids treatment facilities, chemical facilities, and integrated facility design.
Miller has worked on several membrane-treatment-related projects throughout Florida, including serving as a resident construction manager for Palm Beach County’s Water Treatment Plant (WTP) #3. At the time of commissioning, this facility was the second largest nanofiltration plant in the country. Miller also served as the task manager and engineer of record for the City of Marco Island’s wastewater membrane bioreactor (MBR) treatment system and wastewater facility master plan.
About Jones Edmunds
Established in 1974, Jones Edmunds is a full-service engineering and architectural firm with services that include Civil, Environmental, Utilities, Water Resources, GIS, Construction, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, and Architectural. The firm has seven offices throughout Florida including Winter Haven, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake Worth, Tampa, Titusville, and Sarasota.