Pam Miller was introduced to the world of construction at an early age. Her father was a carpenter and the thought of someone being able to build a structure from a drawing on paper was amazing! The seed was planted, and a lifelong passion for the trade was born.

In 1977, she entered the field of woodworking, moving on from there after a couple of years to join the Carpenter’s Union. There, after the required amount of years of on the job training and hours of classroom training under the supervision and guidelines of the California Department of Industrial Relations, she completed her apprenticeships and obtained journey level status in two trades: Acoustical Installer and Carpenter. After several years in the union working on both commercial and residential construction projects, it was time to start her business.

Alchemy Construction was formed in 1987. The standards we set for ourselves back then still apply today: Honesty, Integrity, and Attention to Detail. A large part of running our business consists of continuing education. The construction industry is a challenging and dynamic field. This is what keeps us captivated and also what motivates us to continually seek to expand our knowledge of new products and technology. In doing so, we feel that we can provide the best advice, support, and remodeling services to our clients.

Alchemy Construction is:

  • Member, Construction Specifications Institute
  • Member of the “Big 50” list of achievers in the Remodeling Industry (Remodeling Magazine).
  • Member, Sonoma County Section on Aging.
  • Recipient of Redwood Empire Remodelers Association Honor Award for “Excellence in Construction”.
  • Certified Green Building Professional.
  • EPA Certified Renovator (lead safe work practices, required by federal law)

Alchemy Construction CV Acrobat pdf

Licensed General Contractor
(CSLB #673386, #520425)

If our praise of Ms. Miller seems extraordinarily high, it's because she is an exceptional individual who has earned it. She is committed to doing quality work and is to be commended for her unfailing integrity and courtesy.

— D.H.
Santa Rosa