Bart Miller

Bart Miller

Bart Miller, PE


Bart brings over 15 years of structural engineering analysis, design and management experience for a variety of building types including sports facilities, aviation, convention centers, educational facilities, and healthcare facilities. As a former collegiate basketball player, Bart has been able to continue his love for sports by providing the structural design for many sports facilities during his career and was recently named National Sports Market Leader for the firm. His projects include the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, KY, BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, TX, and the Kyle Field Redevelopment at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. He was honored as a top “40 under 40” by Building Design and Construction Magazine in 2010 as one of the rising young stars in the AEC industry. A professional engineer registered in Texas as well as many other states, he holds a Master and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Marquette University, respectively.


Sports Venues Reach Outside Their Walls 
Building Design + Construction, 12 October 2018

Ready for kickoff: Stadium design tech on display at Super
Bowl LI and beyond
  ConstructionDIVE, 1 February 2017

The Ultimate Fan Experience (FanX)

The Stewardship of a 'Super' Stadium

Rice Stadium: Site of ‘firsts’ for Houston and Walter P Moore

Why did you choose Walter P Moore?
…the opportunity to combine two lifelong passions — buildings and sports. We design some of the most iconic sports facilities in the world.
If you had to choose a different career, what would it be?
…coaching; the appeal is the competition, accountability, and opportunity to teach, lead, and inspire a team.
What gives you the most satisfaction in your work?
…opening day. I think back to the effort and sacrifice it took. That’s when I truly appreciate what we’ve accomplished.
What’s the best advice you’ve received — so far?
…if we know we’re better than the next guy, we probably are; if we think we’re better, we’re probably about the same. If we think we’re the same as the next guy, we’re probably not as good, and if we think we’re not as good, then we’re not even close. Just thinking we’re better than the next guy simply isn’t good enough.


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"Membrane Revolution" (Innovation in Design Materials), PanStadia, 1st quarter 2020

"Four Ways to Get the Most Out of Your VenuePanStadia, 4th quarter 2018

"MLS Stadium Design EvolvesPanStadia, 4th quarter 2018

"A New Star of the Show" (Fiserv Forum), PanStadia, 3rd quarter 2018

"Rising to the Challenge" (Sports Venue Development and Unique Engineering Challenges), PanStadia, 1st quarter 2018

"A New Vantage Point" (Renovations to Minute Maid Park), PanStadia, 1st quarter 2018

“Extreme Home Makeover” (Kyle Field Redevelopment), PanStadia, Winter, 2014

“Rave Reviews” (Louisville Arena), Modern Steel Construction, March 2010 

“Model Build” (Use of BIM in Sports Facility Design), PanStadia, Winter 2008/09 

“A Steel Sea" (Puerto Rico Convention Center), Auditoria, April 2006 

“Take it to the Dance Floor” (Vibration Mitigation on Elevated Ballrooms in Convention Centers), Auditoria, October 2006