Gary MillerProject Manager Generator Repairs Division
Continuing our 40th Anniversary Celebration, we asked some of our most tenured employees about their experience working for MD&A. Gary Miller, Project Manager of the Generator Repairs Division shares his thoughts on MD&A.
Why did you choose to work for MD&A and why have you continued to choose to work at MD&A?
Steve Brown and I were recruited by Frank Rattelburger to start MD&A’s Generator group in 1986. I have remained at MD&A through the years because I enjoy the challenges of the work.
What was the organization like when you joined?
The organization was pretty small when I joined the company. At the time, there were only the 3 of us in the Generator group.
Do you remember your first day?
On my 1st day, this Generator group traveled to the PEPCO service center outside of Washington DC, to start our very 1st job. A full rewind on a 1.5-megawatt generator field.
Do you have any favorite memories from your time with MD&A thus far?
The field rewind we did for Portland General Electric Nuclear back in the early ’90s.
How has your job changed over the years?
I was hired as a Lead winder, worked my up to Generator Specialist, and finally a Project Manager.
How have you seen MD&A change in the time that you’ve worked here?
MD&A has grown into one of the largest non-OEM worldwide service providers.
What is the best part of your job or tasks?
The people I work with are incredible.