Tim Miller named Partner Emeritus at ELM

The title honors Ervin Lovett Miller’s recently retired partner and memorializes his contributions to the firm.

 ELM Partners Russ Ervin, Tim Miller, and Steve Lovett at Miller's retirement celebration in March.

ELM Partners Russ Ervin, Tim Miller, and Steve Lovett at Miller's retirement celebration in March.

Tim Miller has been named Partner Emeritus of  ELM | Ervin Lovett Miller, following 17 years as one of the firm’s founding partners, together with Russ Ervin and Steve Lovett.

Mr. Miller, a registered architect, retired at the end of March after a 40-year career in Jacksonville, and is currently on a three-month sabbatical. Upon his return this summer, Miller will maintain a consulting role on a part-time basis to serve the firm’s expanding mix of clients and projects and will remain on the firm’s Board of Directors.

The Partner Emeritus title honors Miller’s leadership and contributions to the success of ELM over the past two decades.

“Tim has been a great partner and a strong leader,” said ELM partner Steve Lovett. “His warm outgoing personality and genuine nature helped to make the studio a fun place to work. He is well respected by employees and clients, and we are delighted to recognize Tim in this way, and to preserve his professional legacy.”

Miller received his Bachelor of Design from the University of Florida in 1981, and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Auburn University in 1987. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the San Marco Preservation Society. He served on the City of Jacksonville’s Downtown Development Review Board for eight years, holding the position of Board Chairman for the last two years of his service.