George H. Miller FAIA was appointed as the chief operating office of the firm in 2019 and became a Partner in 2021. He is responsible of all of the firm’s business activities including new business, contracts, managing staff operations, and all financial affairs. Formerly the managing partner of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners between 1989 and 2018, he has over 45 years of experience in the field. In 2011, he received the William Kideney Gold Medal, the highest award that AIA New York State can bestow on one of its members. He is a former president of the American Institute of Architects, a former president of the New York Chapter of the AIA, and a former member of the AIA New York State Board of Directors and its executive committee. He has also served as a trustee of the New York Foundation for Architecture and was a director of the New York Building Congress. He currently serves on the New York State Licensing Board for Architecture and chairs Region 2 of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.
He has worked on significant projects in the United States, including: the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas; the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland; the National Constitution Center on the Mall in Philadelphia; the John Moakley Federal Courthouse and Harbor Park in Boston; the United States Courthouse in Hammond, Indiana; the Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters in New Jersey; the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte; the American Association for the Advancement of Science Headquarters in Washington DC; the IMF Headquarters 2 in Washington DC; the United States Air Force Memorial in Arlington; the School of Law and McKeon Residence Hall at Fordham University in New York; 200 West Street Global Financial Company Headquarters in New York; 7 Bryant Park in New York; and, One Dalton Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences in Boston, among others.
His international projects include: the Raffles International Center in Singapore; the Museum of Contemporary Art in Luxembourg, Quarter 206 in Berlin; CSFB Offices in London; Tour EDF in Paris; the OECD Headquarters in Paris; Torre Espacio in Madrid; Soyak Kristalkule Finansbank Headquarters in Istanbul, the IESB Brasilia Campus, Minmetals Financial Center in Shenzhen, China, Global Financial Company India Headquarters in Bangalore; the Charles Darwin Center in Darwin, Australia; the Palazzo Lombardia, Milan; the Essensa Residential Towers in Manila; the World Place Towers in Mumbai; Taishin International Bank the Taipei; and, the Ellipse 360 Residential Tower in Taipei, among others.
A graduate of the Pennsylvania State University (Bachelor of Architecture), he has received the University’s Distinguished Alumni Award. He has lectured widely and served as a visiting critic and juror at many Universities. He is currently working on the firm’s hospitality project in Marbella, Spain.