Client Success Story – Q&A with Miller & Long Co. Inc.

Miller and Long Concrete Construction. Sandy Spring Bank.

We recently sat down with Brett McMahon, CEO of Miller & Long Co. Inc. to learn more about their focus, business goals and their partnership with Sandy Spring Bank.

Please tell us about your company.

We are one of the largest concrete construction companies in the greater Washington, D.C. area, proudly partnering with the general contractors, architects, and engineers that built the modern skyline of our region.

Why did you choose Sandy Spring Bank?

Their responsiveness and well-deserved reputation for integrity stood out to us. 

What have been some benefits of the partnership?  

Accessibility to all tiers of the bank. Whether it is payroll, credit, or other functions, Sandy Spring Bank people are always on the ball. We appreciate the service and industry insights. The bank is a solid partner that has made a challenging economy easier to navigate. 


  • Miller & Long started more than 75 years ago, in 1947.
  • They pioneered the use of electric cranes for construction, now a common practice.
  • Ahead of their time, Miller & Long introduced new techniques for clearing refuse and debris from work sites.

What would you tell friends or associates about working with us?  

I would recommend Sandy Spring Bank to any business owner looking for a financial partner that listens to you and looks for ways to help your business.

Describe the Bank in one word.


To learn more about Miller & Long please click here. If you are looking for a local, service-oriented financial partner, visit here to learn more about the many benefits of working with Sandy Spring Bank. 

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Sandy Spring Bank and Miller & Long Co. Inc. are not affiliates. They are not related through complete or partial common ownership, joint venture partnership and/or strategic business partnership. No party will have any right, power or authority to assume or incur any obligations or liabilities, express or implied,on behalf of or in the name of the other.