Inland Pipe Rehabilitation values the skillset and experience veterans bring to our organization. The working environment at IPR is one that involves a high operational tempo, an ever-changing area of operations, diverse clients, and problem-solving skills that today’s warfighters bring to the table. IPR is committed to training and mentoring these men and women in the trenchless technology field and giving them the best opportunity for long term success within the company. The proof of this commitment can be seen across our organization. From dozens of valuable skilled crew members to project managers, operations associates, general managers, and our chief operations officer – all were former service members who now serve at every level of our organization with pride. No matter your service background, IPR is honored to find a place for you to continue your professional growth.
Over 5% of IPR’s employees are either active military or veteran service men and women.
Over 40% hold leadership positions
From Military Service to IPR
"Transitioning out of the Army, I was afraid of losing one of the things I enjoyed most, working with a group of great people towards a common goal. After my first interview with IPR, I knew that this was a company where I would find that same environment. Once I joined the team, I found myself surrounded by experienced professionals eager to mentor and teach me at every step along the way. I can honestly say that everyone at IPR wants what is best for the organization, and that is something that makes a veteran feel right at home."
Associate Project Manager
"After leaving the Army, I knew I wanted to work for a purpose-driven company that put its employees first. I can confidently say that IPR has exceeded my expectations. IPR is a professional organization full of dedicated individuals that continually strive for excellence. The camaraderie and team-focused efforts of everyone within the company truly make IPR a great place to work."
"Following my time as a U.S. Army Officer, I can confirm that joining the IPR team was an excellent decision. The skills and experience I gained while serving could not have translated better. I have an experienced operations staff and project manager with prior military experience mentoring and supporting me. What makes working at IPR great is its commitment to continuously improve its employees as professionals and provide them with the tools and leadership to succeed."
"Since leaving the Marine Corps in 2016, I've found IPR to provide the same camaraderie and teamwork I’m accustomed to in the military. From the first day, all the support that I could ask for was available and made the transition seamless. IPR truly values their people and it shows every day. I'm proud to be able to contribute to such a great organization."