Northwest Pipe Company is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of water transmission pipe. Our success stems from each and every employee delivering product to our customers that consistently meets or exceeds their expectations. Our key values are fondly noted in the acronym ACT.
A – Accountability
is evident when we do what we say we are going to do and people accept responsibility for their actions. We do not point fingers and blame others. We own our actions.
C – Commitment
is not only promising to do something, but actually investing in the necessary effort and actions to make it happen.
T – Teamwork
is essential for competing in a challenging and constantly changing business environment. Working together across all job functions is critical to achieving our success.
In addition to these key components, core drivers to our manufacturing operations include safety, quality, innovation, lean manufacturing, and reducing our impact on the environment through all phases of our business.
Our goal is to send each employee home safe at the end of the day. We believe most injuries are preventable and are committed to an open culture where employees are encouraged to voice their safety ideas and concerns.
Our customers rely on our products to deliver security and comfort to their communities. As the only manufacturer of engineered steel pipe in America to hold a multi-site certificate of conformance for ISO 9001:2015, we constantly monitor production to ensure the highest levels of quality at every step.
Our team holds more patents and trademarks than any competitor. Northwest Pipe's innovation improves the performance and longevity of our clients’ products.
Northwest Pipe implements Lean principles at every stage of manufacturing to reduce waste and increase efficiency. This sustainable approach aligns our team to deliver increasing value to our clients.
Our products help distribute one of the planet’s most valuable natural assets. Beyond our work in improving community livability, we have a company-wide focus on minimizing waste, air pollution, stormwater, and hazardous material spills.