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Builder Chuck Miller is President and CEO of Chuck Miller Construction Inc. Chuck has overall responsibility for the management of the company and is directly responsible for construction operations.

 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 a nationally recognized leader in building energy-efficient, healthy, resource efficient homes. Chuck Miller Construction, Inc. was recognized by the NAHB Research Center as the 2004 Energy Value Housing Award Builder of the Year and by the Idaho Energy Division, manager of the Idaho ENERGY STAR® Homes Program, as the 2005 ENERGY STAR® Builder of the Year. Chuck Miller Construction Inc. is a member of the Building Science Consortium of the Building America Program, a participant in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Builder Challenge, a 100% Energy Star Builder, and a Partnership for Advanced Technology in Housing (PATH) Partner.

Chuck is an active member of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the Building Contractors Association of Southwestern Idaho (BCASWI), and the Idaho Building Contractors Association (IBCA). Chuck serves as a Director of the National Association of Homebuilders representing the BCASWI. He is a Trustee of NAHB’s National Sales and Marketing Council, and a Trustee for his NAHB’s Builder 20 Clubs. Chuck is a Past President and Life Director of the BCASWI and a Life Director of the IBCA. He is the current Chairman of the BCASWI’s Sales and Marketing Council, the Education Committee and the Ethics and Arbitration Committee.  He als  serves on the BCASWI’s Political Action Committees.

Chuck was recognized by the Building Contractors Association of Southwestern Idaho as the 2003 Builder of the Year for his service to the association, the building industry, and the community

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 Royal Spike status having earned over 200 credits. He was also recognized by the Building Contractors Association of Southwestern Idaho with the “Jim Amyx Spike of the Year” award in 2005 for his efforts in recruiting new members to the association.

Chuck was the first home builder in the State of Idaho to earn the Certified Green Professional (CGP) designation, the Graduate Master Builder (GMB) designation, and the Certified Graduate Builder (CGB) designation from the National Association of Home Builders.

Chuck is a member of NAHB’s National Sales and Marketing Council. The National Sales and Marketing Council exists to represent Marketing and Sales professionals within the building industry by serving its members and affiliated partners through education, recognition, networking, and career development.

Chuck has earned the Certified New Home Sales Professional designation. The Certified New Home Sales Professional (CSP) designation is the first designation available through The Institute of Residential Marketing. CSP was designed for specialists in new home sales to enhance their professional image, increase their marketability in the home building industry and sell more homes!

Chuck has also earned the Master CSP designation from the Institute of Residential Marketing. The Master CSP designation further acknowledges new home sales professionals who hold the CSP designation by highlighting their continued educational and career achievements in the home building industry.

Chuck has earned the Certified New Home Marketing Professional (CMP) designation from the Institute of Residential Marketing. Certified New Home Marketing Professional (CMP) is the mid-level designation for IRM students who have completed the marketing intensive IRM courses I through IV.

 Chuck is a Member of the Institute of Residential Marketing (MIRM). The MIRM designation is the fourth and most prestigious designation given by the Institute. The MIRM is the top-level achievement for professionals in new home marketing.

In addition to being a home builder, Chuck is a principal instructor for the NAHB’s University of Housing Graduate Master Builder (GMB) Certified Graduate Builder(CGB)/ Certified Graduate Remodeler(CGR)/ Certified Graduate Associate(CGA) Program; the Certified Green Professional 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 at www.chuckmillerconstruction.com 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.

Believing that educated consumers make better customers, Chuck is a regular contributor to BuildingCredibility.com’s “Constructive Advice” blog. He also created a “A Consumer’s Guide to Homebuilding” course for the Boise School District’s Community Education Program.

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.

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