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Aaron Miller RA


Associate Aaron Miller joined CBP in 2016 as a designer and was promoted in 2021. He has completed feasibility studies and contributed to the design, documentation, and construction for market-rate multi-family housing, student housing, and single-family residences. He also coordinates CBP’s lunch-and-learn programming. One of his favorite projects was an education center for young adults with special needs. Aaron appreciates CBP’s diversity of project types and design-oriented philosophy.

“I like the early and later phases of projects, particularly design visualization, detailing, and involvement during construction; I enjoy seeing a project to completion.”

After earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Alfred University, Aaron worked in the art world until a job building models for an architectural firm shifted his career trajectory. Aaron went on to earn a Bachelor of Architecture from Drexel University, where he won the Ize Prize and was a Michael Pearson Prize thesis finalist. He volunteers with Philly Tree People in his East Kensington neighborhood and helps maintain local bike trails in Fairmount Park. Aaron is registered in Pennsylvania.

An avid cyclist, Aaron prefers mountain biking, and competes in cross country, endurance, enduro, and cyclocross racing. As a member of the Rare Disease Cycling Team sponsored by Keswick Cycle, he helps raise money for the University of Pennsylvania’s research into rare, orphan diseases by volunteering at the annual Million Dollar Bike Ride. When he’s not cycling, Aaron enjoys hiking, camping, and canoeing with his wife and grade-school-aged son.

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