Utility Enclosures are robust structures designed to protect and secure essential utility equipment and connections from environmental elements and unauthorized access. This category includes a variety of enclosures such as pedestals, manholes, handholes, and vaults, which are used across electrical, telecommunications, and water utility networks. These enclosures are typically made from durable materials like polymer concrete, fiberglass, or heavy-duty plastics to withstand harsh conditions and provide long-term reliability. Utility enclosures play a critical role in ensuring the safety and functionality of infrastructure by housing connections, splices, and controls that require protection from moisture, dirt, and potential vandalism while remaining accessible for maintenance and monitoring.