Winfield E. Hall moved west after graduating from business college in the
early 1900’s. He educated himself in the road construction business while
working for William Johnson Construction Company. After several years of learning
the business, Mr. Hall incorporated W.E. Hall in 1933 and focused the company on
building roads, highways, subdivisions, reservoirs and horse racetracks. In fact, W.E.
Hall Company participated in the construction of both the Hollywood Park and Santa
Anita Racetracks in California.
Then, in 1935, the operation was formed into Pacific Corrugated Pipe Company. As
Pacific Corrugated Pipe grew, Mr. Hall summoned the talents of his two
sons…Robert “Bob” Ernest Hall and Winfield Earl Hall, Jr. to the company in 1942
and 1945 respectively. It was with their collective vision and commitment to growing
the industry that the Halls were successful in building both the industry and Pacific
Corrugated Pipe’s business. Winfield, Bob and Win Jr. accomplished this by
understanding that high quality products provided with courteous and professional