The Woodlands, Texas -- Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR) is relocating its corporate offices within the Woodlands area to accommodate what it calls "three years of exceptional growth," during which the company's employee headcount has more than doubled.
"IPR has continued to grow and flourish, even in these tough economic times," said Joe Cutillo, ceo and president, in a press announcement. "Our core businesses are performing above expectations and our newly formed IPR Industrial division is off to a faster start than expected."
IPR claims to be the largest US contracting and services provider for trenchless repair and rehabilitation solutions for water, sewer, manhole and culvert applications.
Recent geographic expansion, strategic alliances and the introduction of new technologies focusing on critical infrastructure repairs have fueled the company's growth. "We've seen tremendous success with our new EcoCast geopolymer lining technology, which is not only safe for the environment, but can be a very cost-effective method of repair," said Cutillo.
IPR's range of trenchless pipe renewal solutions are safer, more cost-effective solution for the industrial marketplace. These solutions include: CIPP (cured in place pipe, where polyurethane is gaining use), pipe splitting, eco-cast, TV inspection and cleaning, and project management solutions.