History

A.C. Miller Concrete Products opened its doors of operation in the early 1960s with a single precast plant in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. The product line consisted mainly of septic tanks and related, small products – all manufactured in a five thousand square foot facility.
 
 
Continued growth precipitated a move in 1968 to Devault, Pennsylvania – 10 minutes south of the original facility. The 11-acre lot offered expansive manufacturing and storage potential. For the next 20 years, the company custom-built its 40,000 square-foot plant, where the organization focused on serving the regional telephone and electric utilities.
 
In 1973, A.C. Miller Concrete Products opened a second plant in Blairsville, Pennsylvania, located in the western half of the state. The Blairsville facility grew steadily with the regional economy, and now serves markets from Eastern Ohio to Harrisburg and from Northern Virginia to Lake Erie.
 
In 1988, the company once again faced growing pains, and found a new home for its headquarters in Spring City, Pennsylvania. This time A.C. Miller Concrete Products would set up shop in a turn-of-century plant that once milled logs and later steel. Precast concrete, the building product of the next century, soon filled six manufacturing bays totaling 150,000 square feet. The demands of the utility companies throughout the northeast corridor continued to drive the business.
 
 
 
The summer of 2000 saw the completion of a new building at the Blairsville plant. The 40,000 square-foot expansion would allow for year-round production of product in a modern and safe environment. A strategic commitment to the transport industry continues to make the Blairsville plant a major supplier of box culvert and other transportation infrastructure products to various state departments of transportation, and the private sector.