Mission Minute


PILLAR leverages expertise, technology, and infrastructure data to save time, money, and lives


To be the premier advisor for infrastructure asset management and maintenance operations services in the U.S.

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PILLAR Workers Inspecting Drain Box


  1. Put safety first in all we do
  2. Treat all those we encounter with respect, honesty, integrity, and fairness
  3. Foster curiosity and innovation to solve client problems and drive success
  4. Sustain excellence by continuing to develop technology solutions and delivering the highest quality work
  5. Maintain a supportive workplace where employees feel valued, challenged, and rewarded
  6. Be a supportive pillar in our communities
  7. Manage our business to support firm growth and sustained values
  8. Be a responsible steward

PILLAR’s Mission Minute

Brian Pearman

Brian Pearman

President Mark Boenke nominated Brian, a 20-year tenured employee, as February’s Mission Minute recipient. 

“Brian will step up and step in when he sees the opportunity to make something better.”

Most notably, when he jumped in to take over PILLAR’s fleet program and when he volunteered to drive the truck for the most recent Sandman Run for the Wythe County Public Schools Foundation for Excellence.

These commendable actions expose two of our values:

• Be a supportive pillar in our communities

• Be a responsible steward

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Doug Bowling

A Roadway Monitor out of our Bristol District, Doug says, “The group we have here is one of the best.”

Stacy Edmonds nominated PILLAR’s eleven-year employee for January’s Mission Minute because he embodies our second value – treating all we encounter with respect, honesty, integrity, and fairness. 

“Doug has respect for everyone and everything he works with. He’s willing to step in, help, and share his knowledge whenever necessary.”