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US & Canada Municipal Pipe Markets: Trends, Opportunities, and a Changing Competitive Landscape

08 March 2017
Focus Report

The new installation and rehabilitation of underground municipal infrastructure in the U.S. represents 51%, or US$272 billion, of forecasted capital expenditures over the next ten years. Hundreds of thousands of reported main breaks every year, coupled with 40% of water and wastewater pipe networks exceeding expected lives, have put a spotlight on the sector.

This new report from Bluefield is essential for companies evaluating the outlook, opportunities, and trends in water and wastewater pipe infrastructure investment. Sections include:

  1. Demand Drivers for Municipal Pipe Investment
  2. Technology and Material Shifts Impact Economics
  3. An Evolving Competition Landscape
  4. Pipe Market Forecasts to 2025
  5. Company Profiles of 170+ Pipe Manufacturers and Equipment Suppliers

This report will answer these key questions and more:

  • What factors drive the market for pipe replacement?
  • Who are the main players competing for market share?
  • How is the U.S. pipe market segmented?
  • How are players differentiated from each other?
  • Which are the emerging trends and market disruptors?
  • What are potential areas for cost savers?
  • Where is municipal spend forecasted to take place by state and region
  • What is the outlook for the market?

Key Features

  • 40+ page report (PDF)
  • Bottom-up industry data (Excel)
  • Municipal pipe infrastructure forecasts to 2025, including regional and state-specific breakdowns
  • Transparent forecast methodology detailing key data inputs & assumptions
  • Overview of 170+ companies, including geographic footprint, product diversification and sector coverage
  • Cost breakdown for pipe rollout and rehabilitation, including various forms of trenchless technologies
  • Competitive analysis of key players and value chain breakdown

Companies Mentioned

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