Kerry Roslinski is the son of a Public Works director as well as a former wastewater treatment plant operator. He now owns Pipe-Eye Sewer Services in Bradford, Pennsylvania.
Roslinski says much of his company’s success stems from upholding his father’s legacy, as well as embracing advanced technology and presenting a professional image. The results speak for themselves: eight full-time employees, more than $1.5 million worth of equipment, and a service area that covers western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. Sewer cleaning and inspection services generate about 65 percent of the company’s revenue, with the remainder coming from grouting and smoke and dye testing, he says.
The company now owns three CUES camera/grout trucks, two built on a Chevrolet chassis and one on a Ford; they’re all equipped with grout pumps. The two newer units feature lateral inspection and lateral and mainline grouting capabilities. For inspections, crews use CUES Ultra Shorty tracked cameras.