Miller-Davis Company welcomes new staff

Miller-Davis Company has hired several new staff members in the past few months. Rachael Jennings, Kevin Frye, Troy Geister, Amjed Al-Qudah and Allison Warner have all joined the Miller-Davis team in its Kalamazoo office.

Rachael Jennings has been hired as talent and culture coordinator based at Miller-Davis’ headquarters in Kalamazoo. In this role, a new position for the company, she is responsible for finding and retaining talent and supporting programs that promote Miller-Davis Company’s culture. Jennings previously served as a human resources generalist at Dimplex Thermal Solutions in Kalamazoo. She earned a bachelor’s degree in management from Hope College.

Kevin Frye has been hired as a project manager based in Kalamazoo. In this role, he oversees and leads construction projects and serves as the primary office contact for those projects. He is responsible for all aspects of construction, from the design phase through warranty. He previously served as a field manager for Elzinga & Volkers in Holland, and as a senior commercial project superintendent for AVB Construction. Frye is a LEED Green Associate.

Troy Geister is a new project superintendent and is working on Dansville Schools’ 2016 Bond Program. In this role, Geister provides overall onsite management of construction projects and serves as the primary field contact for projects. He has several years of experience working as a superintendent, carpenter foreman, and construction supervisor with both Gerace Construction Company and Granger Construction.

Amjed Al-Qudah and Allison Warner have been hired as project engineers based in Kalamazoo. They provide support for project management, estimating and field supervisory staff with responsibility for all aspects of the construction process. Al-Qudah served as an intern through the Monroe-Brown Internship Program with Miller-Davis before being hired as a project engineer. He earned a master’s degree in civil engineering from Western Michigan University and a bachelor’s degree in structural engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology. Warner previously served as a civil engineer at Commonwealth Associates in Jackson, Michigan. She earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Western Michigan University.

“People are at the foundation of what we do and the services we provide. Our new staff are vital to our success and we’re happy to have them as part of our team,” says Rex Bell, Miller-Davis Company president.

Miller-Davis Company, founded in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1909, is a full-service construction company providing general contracting, construction management, design, build and construction consulting services. Miller-Davis maintains its headquarters in Kalamazoo and an additional office in South Bend, Indiana. Learn more at

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