Since the invention of Cured-In-Place-Pipe methods in 1971 by our very own Eric Wood, we have strived to ensure communities continue to function with cost-effective and time-efficient pipe rehabilitation services.
By introducing trenchless solutions, we’ve been able to assist in the restoration of thousands of underground pipe systems without disruption to society. As leaders of the industry, we know we have a duty of care to our people, the community and our environment.
We will always continue our goal of strengthening and rehabilitating pipes worldwide to ensure communities have access to clean water and proper sanitation. As we move forward, we keep Eric Wood’s creativity, initiative and mission in mind.
At the forefront of everything we do are our core values. We live and breathe these five ideals to create high-quality technology, execute our manufacturing process to the greatest standards, and ensure our people are safe and valued.
Prioritising the well-being of our team and the communities in which we work, as well as ensuring that every project is executed to the highest safety standards, is paramount. Our success is built on our people.
We pride ourselves on building and fostering the trust of everyone we work with, maintaining honesty, transparency, and ethical conduct in all interactions.
We promote a diverse and inclusive workplace, where different perspectives are valued and respected, driving innovation and collaboration.
Our problem-solving abilities and creative approach to projects are what allow us to meet unique challenges and provide efficient, effective and sustainable solutions.
We are committed to achieving excellence and delivering successful outcomes to our customers to ensure communities continue to thrive.
We’re dedicated to a sustainable future and ensuring access to clean water through groundbreaking pipe rehabilitation methods. We recognise the importance of investing in innovative technologies and practices that not only extend the lifespan of existing infrastructure but also reduce the environmental impact of water distribution systems.
Traditional methods of repairing or replacing ageing pipes can be costly and environmentally damaging. Our trenchless solutions minimise the need for extensive excavation and significantly reduce disruption to communities whilst mitigating the carbon footprint associated with such projects. By utilising advanced technology, materials and techniques, we help utilities and municipalities rehabilitate and renew water infrastructure efficiently.
1 MILLION metres of CIPP
lining created every year on average.
28 Quality control CHECKS
for every single CIPP liner.
0% Staff turnover
except for retirement! Our success is built on our people.
material within our flagship products.
We’re proud to have supported projects all over the globe. Find out more about how Insituform technology has contributed to the rehabilitation of many thousands of pipes.
Insituform was established in 1971 when Eric Wood invented CIPP lining. Today, the pipe rehabilitation world functions with ease thanks to the revolutionary process, and we have hit many milestones along the way.
Our expert knowledge and experience come together to create advanced technology that is cost-effective, time-efficient and environmentally conscious. Find out more about Insituform’s products here.
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