DETROIT, August 20, 2009 — Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (Inland), a leading provider of underground rehabilitation solutions with offices throughout the U.S., has earned a position on the Inc. 5,000 list of the fastest-growing private companies. Inland President & CEO Joseph A. Cutillo made the announcement.
The Inc. 5,000 is an extension of Inc. magazine’s annual Inc. 500 list and recognizes privately held firms that have demonstrated substantial growth over the past three years. These exceptional companies combine to form the backbone of the economy.
Over the past year, Inland experienced a significant revenue growth. The firm was recognized for its non-invasive, trenchless approach to underground solutions, providing maximum efficiency in pipe restructuring and repair, underground infrastructure maintenance and green technology that produces little to no disruption to area businesses and communities. In response to the increased municipality demand for the support and repair of infrastructure, in the past year, Inland has continuously been expanding operations throughout the United States, most recently to the Atlanta, Houston and Nashville markets.
“It is an honor for Inland to be nationally recognized as one of the Inc. 5000,” said Cutillo. “We take great pride in our services, our workers and the resulting long-term positive effects associated with providing municipalities and communities with the best in rehabilitation solutions. As the need for these services continues to grow, Inland is positioned to exceed client requests across the country.”
About Inland Pipe Rehabilitation
Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (Inland) is a national leader and provider of underground rehabilitation solutions. Licensed in over 25 states, Inland uses the latest technologies in the industry and has patented pipe cleaning tools that provide the U.S. with the only “Green” environmentally friendly rehabilitation method. Inland is also a past recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineers award for best project in the past for their involvement with a 15-month project, which fixed a massive sinkhole in Sterling Heights, Mich. costing under $100 million.