CPP was founded in 1975 by its parent company, Crumpler Brick and Tile Company, Inc. For years the parent company had been the South's largest manufacturer of
clay drain tiles. CPP was founded to produce the small diameter HDPE corrugated pipes that were replacing the clay tile pipes used in septic lines, house foundations,
landscaping and farm field drains. Due to the lighter weights of plastic pipes, CPP grew from its clay pipe Virginia-Carolinas market to cover the Eastern Seaboard.
larger culvert size CPP pipes were developed, CPP's growth was fueled by the engineering community's acceptance of chemically inert large diameter culvert pipes for
use in storm and wastewater run-off control. This growth allowed CPP to absorb its parent company in 1991. Today CPP operates the largest corrugated plastic pipe
manufacturing plant on the eastern seaboard.