J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc. has been a leader in Utility Construction for half a century. We are well versed and highly skilled in both wet and dry utilities. We maintain qualifications and certifications to perform both types of work. Our experienced teams working with our specialized equipment can expertly handle any project thrown our way.
Over the years, the methods and techniques of utility construction have changed and we have adapted to those changes. We pride ourselves with being on the leading edge of new technologies and methods and do not hesitate to invest in them. We are experts in trenchless technologies such as directional drilling, pipe bursting, in-place pipeline rehabilitation, pipe jacking, and tunneling/boring. We are always looking for better and more productive methods to perform our work.
Our employees are responsible for the reputation we have earned for the quality of our service. We take great pride in providing a high standard of quality on every project. We bring all our core values of Safety, Quality, Reliability, Integrity, and Productivity to every job site, every day.
Let us share our utility construction expertise with you as your reliable Utility Contractor.
- Water Distribution & Transmission
- Pump Stations
- Water Treatment Plants
- Electric Distribution & Transmission
- Substations & Power Plants
- Gas Transmission & Distribution
- Sanitary Sewer
- Storm Sewer
- Telecommunications / Fiber Optic Networks
- Trenchless Technologies
- Horizontal Directional Drilling
- Pipe Bursting
- Tunneling & Boring
- Pipe Line Rehabilitation
- Water Main Cleaning & Lining (Cement Motor & Epoxy) —PDF BROCHURE
- Rock Saw Trenching / Micro Trenching
In 2013 J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc. (Creamer) contracted with PSE&G to construct 14 tower foundations in the Delaware Water Gap National Park located in the Kittatinny Mountains of northwest New...
Creamer contracted with Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) to install new water mains in Capital Heights, Maryland. In order to accomplish this task bypass pipe was used to allow service to...