Water Utility O&M Data

 

Clients rely on our O&M data to understand the changing market environment for third-party services.

The third-party O&M services segment has garnered significant attention recently in the wake of pandemic-related workforce disruption, regulatory calls for advanced treatment solutions, and shifts in the competitive landscape. This changing market environment presents an opportunity for third-party service providers to capitalize on their applications of technology experiences, geographic coverage, and scale, particularly with very small to medium- sized utility systems.

Bluefield’s Private Water team regularly upkeeps a comprehensive dataset of third-party operations & maintenance (O&M) contracts. This data helps our clients address key questions:

  • Which states see the most O&M contracts?
  • How do the O&M contracts vary (by service type, contract length, cost)?
  • What are the areas in which utilities are outsourcing their O&M
    and what size utilities are mostly like to leverage third party providers?

How do I access Bluefield’s O&M data?

Client access to our O&M Data Dashboard is through our Private Water Corporate Subscription.

What are Bluefield’s data sources for this info?

Bluefield’s O&M data has been gathered based on publicly-available information and company engagement. Bluefield’s O&M contracts database is comprehensive, but O&M contract data is not always readily available, especially for regional and local players contracting for small and very small systems.

How often is the data updated?

We update our O&M data on an annual basis.

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As most people know, Amazon is a very data-driven culture. Having the depth of market intelligence and the ability to dive deep into the Bluefield Navigator has been invaluable to our team. We are able to quickly generate defensible insights that guide our decision-making process.

Patrick Keaney
Worldwide Head of Development, AWS Water