Founded in 1922, Spiniello is dedicated to strengthening the world's infrastructure. From our start in utilities and heavy construction, through our pioneering work in pipeline rehabilitation, Spiniello has continually looked for ways to make a difference for the global community.
Spiniello was established in 1922. Soon after, the company became the leading provider of utility and heavy construction services in New Jersey and the surrounding states.
Business was steady for Spiniello — even during the Great Depression. Public works projects were a perfect fit for the company's expertise. Then, with the dawn of World War II, Spiniello supported the wartime buildup and related construction efforts on the home front.
During the construction boom of the mid-1940s, Spiniello broadened its operations to include the in-place cleaning, repair and rehabilitation of underground pipelines. It also began specializing in the construction of sub-aqueous pipelines.
In 1946, the company completed its first in-place cleaning and Cement Mortar Lining (CML) project, and this rehabilitated pipeline remains in service today.
Within a decade, Spiniello was rehabilitating pipelines ranging in diameter from 3 inches to more than 250 inches. The company then expanded its CML capabilities to include the application of reinforced steel and welded wire fabric. This enabled the cost-effective rehabilitation of greatly deteriorated, large-diameter pipes.
In the late 1980s, Spiniello further expanded its methods of pipeline rehabilitation to include Cured-In-Place Pipelining (CIPP) and Slip-Lining technologies. The company also built a state-of-the-art line fabrication facility. These new endeavors allowed Spiniello to extend operations worldwide — London, Montreal, the Bahamas and Puerto Rico.
At the same time, Spiniello increased its volume of work within the United States. New contracts for heavy construction and pipeline rehabilitation were undertaken throughout almost every region of the country.
Today, Spiniello continues to be a pioneer in the field of pipeline rehabilitation, while gaining additional expertise in heavy construction, water utility and sewer utility management.