Progressive Pipeline recently announced it has changed its name to Castle.
Michael Castle Jr., president and CEO of Castle, said the re-branding will allow the business to show its customers how diversified it is as a company.
Michael Castle III, a project manager for the company and Michael Castle Jr.’s son, echoed his father’s sentiments by stating "this definitely allows us to more easily diversify and get into places in the market that we’re currently not.”
“It allows us to be innovative as a company and really serve our clients in a more effective way than we could previously,” Michael Castle III added.
The re-branding sets the company up for growth, said Blake Granados, director of marketing and public relations for Castle.
The company is renovating the former Melton Hardware building — located at 2201 Front Street in downtown Meridian, Mississippi so it can serve as the business’ corporate headquarters.
Castle, which was founded in 1999, provides construction services for the installation and maintenance of gas and liquid pipelines. The business’ current corporate headquarters is in northern Clarke County, and that location will become Progressive Pipeline’s operations headquarters after construction is completed.
Renovating the former Melton Hardware building