A reputation that speaks for itself
About our company
Since its beginning with only one utility crew, Pipeline Utilities, Inc. has become one of the most successful heavy utility construction companies in the Research Triangle Park area. Established in 1981, the company has grown to over 70 employees consisting of experienced management teams and utility construction crews dedicated to providing top quality construction services to every customer. Through the years, Pipeline has expanded its capabilities to include construction in the institutional, military, municipal and commercial markets.
Taking care of customers...
Our team works together with one common goal in mind - to deliver the best possible product to our customers. Many of our employees have been with us for over 20 years and the underground utility knowledge our team possesses gives us the ability to find solutions in the most difficult situations.
We're dedicated to ensuring that we meet and exceed the utility construction needs of every customer. We offer top-quality services to a wide range of customers. With a focus on communication, integrity, honesty, and safety, we have earned a reputation of excellence in providing quality results for every construction project we are involved in.
The gift of giving
Every Christmas, Pipeline employees donate money to a fund that goes to help families that have fallen into difficult circumstances. The support is given in the names of our owners, Mr. Blankenship and Mr. Moser, as gift from the employees. This year we received word about a single mother living in New Bern that had lost her home in the flood. As you can imagine, she was overcome with joyful emotion when we arrived with toys for the kids, gift cards for food and clothing, and cash the she could spend in any way she saw fit. Special thanks to Chris, Jennifer, and Donna for making the trip to New Bern and helping this family have a Merry Christmas.
Hurricane Florence Cleanup
Following the landfall of Hurricane Florence on the North Carolina coast on September 14th, the state’s southern coast and areas east and south were devastated with flooding. Due to our location and busy life as normal in the Piedmont area, we were removed from the fact that a lot of people lost everything they owned due to this storm.
In an effort to find a way to help our fellow North Carolinians, Mason Kenyon organized the collection of equipment and supplies to carry down and distribute over two separate trips. While there he witnessed hundreds of volunteers serving in difficult conditions and sleeping in tents in pouring rain just to be there to help.