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Municipal WaterINSIGHT SERVICE

Guiding Strategies in U.S. & Canada Municipal Water Infrastructure

Over the next decade, municipal utilities in the U.S. and Canada—water, wastewater & stormwater— have set the stage for over US$629 billion in capital improvements to address deteriorating pipe networks, sewer overflows, and changing demand on treatment plants and distribution networks. This growing list of challenges, coupled with contaminants of emerging concern and climate change, is now forcing utility leaders into uncharted territory. » See the full benefits.


Bluefield’s Data Navigator

Clients of this service receive access to interactive data dashboards on municipal water.

CAPEX Forecasts
State, Segment, Category

OPEX Forecasts
State, Segment, Category

Network Equipment Forecasts
Pipes, Fittings, Valves, Manholes, Hydrants

Utility Water and Wastewater Rates (by City)
Top 100 Utility Capital Improvement Plans for Water and Wastewater Population Served, Treatment Plants, Segment

Macro-economic Indicators
Utility and Infrastructure Construction Employment, Housing Starts, Construction Put in Place, Historical

 




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