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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Worldwide Head of Development, AWS Water