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Competitive Landscape in Water: Engineering Procurement & Construction Firm Rankings and Positioning, 2018

27 September 2018
Data Insight

Engineering procurement and construction (EPC) firms play a pivotal role in the decision-making processes for municipal water and wastewater utilities. While their expansive capabilities range, these companies continue to reposition and divest business units in response to changing market dynamics.

Bluefield analyzed the top 30 engineering, procurement and construction firms working in the water sector and looked at their annual water revenues.  Included in the revenue totals are design, construction, and environmental activities.  In this Data Insight Bluefield analyzes:

  • Total EPC revenues per company from 2014 through 2017
  • Water Sector EPC competitive positioning
  • EPC International Focus
  • EPC M&A 2012-2018
  • 30+ EPC Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned

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