working around the clock to keep America moving since 1976
Highlighting our commitment to safety, service, customers, and our company's history.
B&P’s history dates back 46 years to 1976, when Bruce Prewett started a construction company in Southaven, Mississippi.
Over the next several decades, equipment was added, employees were hired, and services were expanded and eventually became part of what is today’s B&P Enterprises.
Since that time, B&P has been providing quality railroad and emergency services across the country for more than 45 years.
At B&P, we pride ourselves on safety, reliability, and quality rail and construction service.
Code of Conduct
Every B&P employee is held to the conduct standards found in the B&P Code of Conduct, which focuses on ethical behavior, integrity and legal compliance. Each year our employees certify that they understand and will abide by our Code of Conduct.
Employees who are confronted with ethical concerns are encouraged to seek advice from a supervisor or their department leadership. Employees may also contact their Human Resources representative or the Compliance Department. Retaliation for good faith reporting of an apparent or actual violation of the Code, or for participating in any investigation of a suspected violation, is prohibited.
Diversity begins with every employee valuing the differences we each bring to the workplace.
While this formal program sets the commitment and direction for diversity, it’s the men and women of BNSF who have taken initiative, demonstrating leadership and bringing diversity alive in the workplace.
Diversity is a continuous journey at B&P. By embracing and appreciating each other, our work experience, our jobs and our lives are enriched.
safety through training
and training in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, as well as our own policies. That vision is to operate free of accidents and injuries through training programs and modern technology.
At B&P, we understand that we have a job to do and to do it responsibly and safely.
At the end of the day, our goal is to operate injury and accident free, and we work each day to make that goal a reality through our safety programs, training and partners.