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Bluefield Research supports companies across the water value chain– both municipal & industrial– with authoritative, actionable water market intelligence. Our relationship-driven business model, in which interactive analyst support is a central tenet, is structured to empower our clients to make the best strategic decisions in a changing global landscape.

Executives save time and money by relying on Bluefield’s team of water experts to:

  • validate internal research
  • stress-test growth strategies
  • anticipate market shifts
  • evaluate emerging opportunities
  • establish market positioning
  • assess shifts in competition

The breadth and quality of our research is demonstrated by a deep roster of clients, including some of the largest and most innovative water companies in the world. Learn more about us, our team, and our insight services. Contact us for more information.

We save considerable time and resources preparing for company presentations and board meetings by leveraging Bluefield’s team of analysts and their data and insights into key water sector trends.
Marty Kropelnicki, President & CEO, California Water Service Group
The Bluefield team has been great to work with, and extremely responsive to any questions our team might have. Bluefield’s reports are thorough, informative and a great way for us to share knowledge across all levels and sectors of the company.
Kathleen Udasco, Senior Communications Strategy Specialist, American Water
Bluefield is raising the bar for what meaningful market research and vision looks like in the water industry.
Business Development Manager, Water Utilities, Xylem Inc.
We find real value in Bluefield’s responsiveness and transparency in answering questions about the supporting data and research methodology used in their water market insights.
Sarah Styan, Research Specialist, Black & Veatch
Bluefield’s analyses on the municipal and industrial water industry provide key qualitative and quantitative insights that we incorporate into our ongoing research program. Having this information on hand saves us time and energy when business planning rolls around.
Lauren Anderson, Market Research Specialist, Woodard and Curran




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