Milo Construction was started as a one-man show in 2001 by Pat Minniear and has since developed into a highly successful team. Over the past 16 years, with an eye on workmanship and process, Milo Construction has established itself as the premier Front Range commercial contractor—without losing sight of the clients and projects that gave the company its start.
“Every project is an opportunity for us to show that we are a versatile company with the fiscal strength and expertise to handle even the most complex of productions. Stable growth while maintaining the integrity of our team is our ultimate goal. We are an extended family.” – Pat Minniear, CEO, Milo Construction
Pat has twenty-five plus years in the construction industry, performing construction management and general contractor roles. He is experienced in construction, renovation, and cost estimating in commercial, residential and historic remodel environments.
Recognized for well-developed project management skills, he has emphasized the use of computer technology to track job progress, control project costs and schedule operational tasks that enable project completion on time and under budget.
He is known for consistently delivering quality and excellence in workmanship.
“I’m learning every day and trying to change the impression many people have about our industry.”
Kris has eleven years of financial management in the construction and General Contracting industry and has been a member of the Milo Team for eight years as Controller.
She hails from the Unites States Virgin Islands where her last work role was as a professional sailor on the Lady Lynsey, a 53′ catamaran owned and operated by The Ritz-Carlton St. Thomas. When she had her identical twin sons in 2000, she hung up the board shorts in exchange for more suitable office attire and took over the private chartering and sales management of the Lady Lynsey. Kris soon found out that her aptitude for numbers, finances and sales was just as exciting as the other sails.
Kris has been in Boulder since 2006, and as Milo’s Controller, she oversees human resources, financial management of clients and subcontractor budgets and ensures compliance with federal and state insurance, labor and safety requirements. Her office is affectionately known as “Mission Control”.
Rachel has been a part of the Milo Construction team for over two years and lends her organizational skills and expertise to help run the administrative side of the office, as well as assists in the finance department. Her main focus is to provide support for her team and excellent customer care.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM
Director of Construction
Jerry has 25 years of construction management experience in a variety of industries, including: medical office building projects, commercial tenant improvements, and single-family, townhouse and condominium projects. He has managed $50 – $100 million worth of diverse projects throughout the Western States. Taking the knowledge and experience he has interacting with clients, architects, engineers, real estate consultants and field/office personnel, Jerry oversees the Milo team so that they are able to execute all projects efficiently and professionally. His involvement in management has benefited Milo Construction on many levels, and his partnership with the team will assist in continued growth.
Originally hailing from eastern Washington, Boone received his B.S. in Construction Science from The University of Tennessee. With five years of experience in the construction and the nuclear industries, Myers has worked on a variety of projects ranging from nuclear waste processing facility to large distribution centers and tenant build outs as a Project Engineer for a General Contractor out of Nashville, TN. When he’s not working on projects with Milo you will find him enjoying the outdoors by fishing, boating, shooting and camping. When he is not working or somewhere outside, he can be found watching movies or his favorite football and baseball teams. Go Vols.
Will has over forty years’ experience in the industry, thirty-six of which was for a real estate developer. He has played a major role in raw ground acquisition, design, permitting, construction (all phases), leasing, and releasing of forty two buildings within the City of Boulder, Colorado. These buildings varied from commercial, industrial, and restaurant, and ranged in size from 5,400 to 89,000 square feet. In Scottsdale, Arizona, he oversaw the complete renovation of thirteen multi-family units. He has personally designed and constructed several high-end homes in Boulder and Chaffee County, Colorado. Will’s expertise in the field makes him a reliable, knowledgeable, and productive Project Specialist.
He is a global traveler and a skilled artisan, with a wonderful worldview that he applies to his work. One of his favorite slogans is “Where there’s a Will, there’s a way”.
Assistant Project Manager
Zack was born and raised in Connecticut with a hammer in his hand, but soon after high school he moved west to attend CU Boulder. After graduating with a degree in Structural Engineering and Philosophy, he spent several years as a project manager and field superintendent in California working on multi-million dollar residential projects. He is now back in Colorado lending his expertise to the Milo team, and when he’s not working he enjoys rock climbing and being on the snow.
Mike began his career in the United States Navy as an electronics technician. Since then he has accumulated years of experience as a site superintendent. He has worked on office tenant finishes, places of worship, veterinary clinics, educational buildings, healthcare offices and clinics, hotel resorts and restaurants, and industrial buildings. He excels at working with the construction team, clients, and subcontractors in order to create a safe and organized worksite.
Joe is originally from the Chicago land area, and was brought up in a building and development family, which gained him a lifetime of experience in the field. He has worked on remodels, custom home ground ups, multi-unit renovations, and commercial tenant improvements. When he’s not lending his expertise to the Milo Team, he loves to hike, cycle, shoot, and be outdoors.
Geneva is the Project Coordinator and is responsible for making sure a project runs smoothly by ensuring the administration process is moving according to She coordinates with her project management team and subcontractors to make sure everyone is compliant with contracts and insurance. She is also an integral part of the estimating process, providing needed assistant to the estimating department.