DETROIT, August 31, 2009 — Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR), a leading provider of underground rehabilitation solutions with offices throughout the U.S., has secured positions on some of the most respected business rankings lists, including the Inc. 5,000 list of the fastest-growing private companies, the Crain’s list of Largest Environmental Companies in Southeastern Michigan and the Crain’s Private 200. IPR President & CEO Joseph A. Cutillo made the announcement.
Due to the increased demand by municipalities for infrastructure stabilization and repair, IPR has seen a tremendous growth in revenue and market expansion over the past year. The Inc. 5,000 is the nationally ranked list of the privately held firms that have demonstrated significant revenue growth over the past three years. Similarly, the Crain’s Private 200 honors the top privately held companies in Southeastern Michigan based on the highest revenue growth during the previous year.
This year, IPR was ranked number four on the Crain’s list of Largest Environmental Companies for its best practices in green technology, including its non-invasive Expanda spiral-wound lining technology, which rehabilitates existing pipes from above ground and without releasing harmful chemicals into the environment.
“To be honored on these highly regarded lists is a testament to our talented workforce and their daily commitment to providing clients with exceptional capabilities in underground infrastructure,” said Cutillo. “We take pride in utilizing the green technologies that contribute to both improving our site efficiencies and supporting healthier communities.”
About Inland Pipe Rehabilitation
Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR) is a national leader and provider of underground rehabilitation solutions. Licensed in over 25 states, IPR 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. IPR 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.