Archives for November 2015

Stephen Levy Profile

“We’re doing really great design with strong project management skills,” Levy said. “I just love design and the business of architecture.”

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Proud to Support Lights of Love 5K and Ronald McDonald House Charities

Miller IDS is proud to support the Lights of Love 5K run, an annual fundraising event for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. RMHC provides housing, support and resources for the families of ill and injured children.

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Wishing you all a very happy Thanksgiving

We will be toasting Turkey Day as well, but both of our locations will be open at 8am Monday morning!

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Another 5-Star Review!

I consider the Metric Boulevard location of Miller IDS as an extension of my office these days.

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Tradeshow graphics a Success for BURY Design and Engineering

We were pleased to provide tradeshow graphics to BURY Design and Engineering Consulting Firm earlier this month. Their booth turned out beautifully, and we’re so happy they’re happy!

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New Arrivals!

We are very pleased to announce several new product releases this year from Colortrac, Canon, Kip and Oki-Data printers and scanners. Please note very cool portable and small format options.

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Barton Springs site slated for office tower, restaurant

After years of speculation about what will be built at 801 Barton Springs Road near the Palmer Events Center, a developer has emerged with a plan to build a mid-rise office tower with floor-to-ceiling glass views and a bold contemporary design.

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Brandon Lack Exhibiting in East Austin Studio Tour

Excited to see our Miller ISD September Featured Artist, Brandon Lack, exhibiting in this weekend’s East Austin Studio Tour!

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Miller IDS Supporting our Family of Artists!

We are excited to support the East Austin Studio Tour and also excited to see many of the artists who print at Miller ISD represented in the tour.

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UT Dell Med School Rising: Supporting Central Texas Development for 140 years

When your family has been in business in downtown Austin since 1876 supporting architects (MILLER Blueprint goes back to 1920), builders and developers with their projects, you have plenty of stories to tell.

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