Chuck Miller is a nationally-recognized design-build residential and commercial builder and remodeler with more than 40 years of building experience.
Chuck has managed several homebuilding companies and has served as Project Manager on a variety of residential, commercial, and institutional projects during his forty (40) year career in the homebuilding and construction industry. His design and construction experience includes single-family homes and multi-family housing units, office buildings, medical buildings, motels, recreation centers, the Day Lodge at Timberline on Mt. Hood, and a medium security prison.
Chuck is an active member of the Building Contractors Association of Southwestern Idaho (BCASWI). He is a Past President and Life Director of the BCASWI. He is the current Chairman of the BCASWI’s Ethics and Arbitration Committee, the Sales and Marketing Council and the Education Committee and serves on the BCASWI's Political Action Committees.
Chuck is also an active member of the Idaho Building Contractors Association (IBCA) and a Life Director of the IBCA.
Chuck is also an active member of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB. Chuck is a Life Director and serves on the Board of Directors of NAHB representing the BCASWI. He is Chairman of the Certified Graduate Builder Board of Trustees, a Trustee of NAHB's National Sales and Marketing Council, and a member of NAHB's Education Committee.
Chuck is a member of NAHB's Spike Club. The NAHB Spike Club is NAHB's recognition and incentive program for individuals working in membership recruitment and retention. Chuck has achieved Super Spike status having earned over 250 credits.
Chuck has completed the Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST training curriculum. The curriculum includes general information, as well as more specific technical information regarding the design and construction requirements for accessible routes and specific strategies for creating "useable" kitchens and baths.
In addition to being a home builder, Chuck is a principal instructor for the NAHB’s Graduate Master Builder (GMB) Certified Graduate Builder(CGB)/ Certified Graduate Remodeler(CGR)/ Certified Graduate Associate(CGA) Program, Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist Program, and the Institute of Residential Marketing's Member of the Institute of Residential Marketing (MIRM), Certified New Home Marketing Professional (CMP), Master Certified New Home Sales Professional (MCSP) and Certified New Home Sales Professional (CSP) Programs. Visit the Educational Programs page for a complete list of the courses Chuck teaches.
Chuck is a National Center for Construction Education and Research Certified Carpentry Instructor and teaches carpentry apprenticeship classes for the Construction Education Foundation of Idaho.
Chuck also presents NAHB's "Homes Of Our Own" programs. The "Homes of Our Own" programs were created by NAHB to teach children, young adults, parents and teachers about home building, environmental issues, and careers in home building industries.
Chuck is a graduate of Western Illinois University, where he majored in Construction Technology and minored in Real Estate and Business Management. He is also a Dale Carnegie graduate.