In 1934 James Miller founded a one-man architectural practice in Edinburgh. Today his nephew Keith runs the Miller Group, which builds houses across the country, and the Miller family is estimated to be worth £270m. The firm is also involved in large Private Finance Initiative schemes such as the Glasgow and Edinburgh schools project, and built the controversial £25m toll bridge between the Isle of Skye and the Scottish mainland. The group had 1,354 staff in 2002 and recorded a £33m operating profit on £602m of sales, excluding joint ventures.
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