IPR IS OFFERING SIGN ON BONUSES FOR QUALIFIED CANDIDATES

$5,000 for CDLs - Applies to valid Class A or Class B

$1,000 paid upon completion of your 90-day evaluation
$1,500 paid after 6 months
$2,500 paid after 12 months

 

$1,000 for any field labor position with a driver’s license

Paid upon completion of your 90-day evaluation

 

Apply now to our current job opportunities at https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Inland-Pipe-Rehabilitation/jobs
Program valid through October 31, 2021.*

*Program governed by the terms and conditions set forth in IPR’s policies.*

 

News & Media

IWPC Rehabilitates and Represents Detroiters at DWSD’s $500M CIP Press Conference

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation's Detroit division, Inland Waters Pollution Control (IWPC), premiered with Mayor Mike Duggan and the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) on the announcement of a 5-year, $500 million programs to begin an upgrade to the Detroit's water and sewer systems. The press conference went over the details...
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Inland Pipe Rehabilitation Announces the Acquisition of Murphy Pipeline Contractors

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation ("IPR"), a portfolio company of an investment affiliate of J.F. Lehman & Company ("JFLCO"), announced today the completion of the acquisition of Murphy Pipeline Contractors ("Murphy"). Founded in 1973, IPR is a leading provider of trenchless pipe rehabilitation solutions and technology to the municipal wastewater and stormwater...
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IPR Southeast Introduces Cured In Place Pipe Technology in Altama Avenue

Brunswick-Glynn County Joint and Water Sewer Commission (BGCJWSC) was undergoing a rehabilitation project of a 4,300 linear feet, clay pipeline system, prioritizing the worst sections first. Although they were set to repair the Sea Palms neighborhood first, their contractor IPR Southeast, an Inland Pipe Rehabilitation subsidiary, took a detour to...
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IWPC’s Rescue Mission for Oscar the Dog

During the initial inspection and cleaning of a 20-inch diameter sewer pipeline, an IWPC crew member heard barking from a manhole entry point. What they found was a wounded, wet, and scared dog at the bottom of the 14ft drop. The crew moved to action and rescued him to safety...
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