Sr. Vice-President of Operations
Jeff Miller currently serves as the acting general manager of Cruz Construction. Since joining Cruz in 2004, Jeff has held progressive roles in operations, project management, engineering management, and project controls. Jeff has over 15 years’ experience in the Heavy Civil and Oil Field Industry. He has been leading Cruz to the forefront of their markets with his tenacious leadership and sound project management. Jeff’s extensive knowledge within the oil and gas industry and firsthand experience has helped him align strategic business relationships along with providing a superb operations team.
Sr. Executive Vice President of Capital Assets
Randy Norman joined Cruz Construction in 2007. He previously worked as a maintenance manager on remote gold mining sites. A long-time Alaska resident, Randy enjoys hunting and snowmachining.
Tony Lamping joined Cruz in 2007 after climbing the ranks with a large heavy civil contractor in Alaska. Tony has been instrumental in the pursuit and management of Cruz’s largest projects including the Chevron White Hills project and the Grayling Airport. Prior to his current role, Tony served as project engineer, project manager, and senior estimator. Growing up in Montana, Tony was on construction projects throughout his childhood. He has a strong passion for understanding heavy construction and the energy industry from the ground up. While attending college at Montana Tech, Tony spent his summers interning at various construction companies learning the ropes. Currently, he enjoys the outdoors of Montana with his wife and three children.
Greg Miller joined Cruz in 2011 shortly after graduating from Oregon State University’s construction engineering management program. He started his Bakken career building Cruz’s Dickinson terminal yard after training as a project engineer in Alaska. Since his involvement in the Dickinson terminal start up, Greg has filled a variety of roles working on heavy civil, remote exploration, and rig moving projects. He now spends most of his time managing the Ray terminal’s Bakken operations.