U.S. Municipal Water Infrastructure: Utility Strategies & CAPEX Forecasts, 2016-2025

10 Sep 2016
Available with corporate subscription

More than 50% of U.S. municipal water & wastewater infrastructure is nearing the end of its useful life with over 240,000 water main breaks per year. Over the next ten years, municipal utilities have set the stage for over US$532 billion in capital improvements to address deteriorating pipe networks, combined sewer overflows, and rising population demands for new water supplies. This new report is essential for companies evaluating water infrastructure planning in the U.S. Topics covered include:

  • Section 1: The US Municipal Water Landscape
  • Section 2: Infrastructure Investment Drivers
  • Section 3: Regulatory and Funding Landscape
  • Section 4: State by State Forecasts, 2016-2025
  • Section 5: Emerging Solutions to the U.S. Infrastructure Gap
  • Section 6: Municipal Utility Rankings
  • Section 7: 60+ Utility Company Profiles
Key questions addressed in this report:
  • What is the size of the U.S. municipal water infrastructure market?
  • Where is the spend forecasted to take place by state and region?
  • Which utilities are poised for the largest expenditures?
  • How do states and regions vary by new build versus rehabilitation?
  • Which sub-segments represent the largest share of spend: pipes, pumps, or plants?
Access to Data Appendix (xlsx) included with purchase:
  • Capital improvement plan details for 60 largest US utilities
  • State by state forecast data to 2025 (includes methodology and assumptions)
  • US EPA Consent Order Decrees and financial impacts
  • Regional CAPEX forecasts by pipes, pumps, plants, and other
  • New vs rehabilitated pipe forecasts
Who should buy this report – U.S. Municipal Water Infrastructure: Utility Strategies & CAPEX Forecasts: 2016-2025
  • Water technology firms seeking insights into advanced water treatment opportunities across the U.S. municipal utility sector.
  • Supply chain companies in need of critical analysis on CAPEX trends and forecasts by utility, state, and region.
  • EPC firms looking to stress-test their strategies and validate strategic decisions through an un-biased, independent perspective
  • Infrastructure investors looking for guidance to support M&A and investment decisions.
  • Financial organizations requiring transparent analysis of the U.S. municipal utility regulatory environment and key drivers for growth.

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Companies Mentioned

Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility AuthorityAtlanta Department of Watershed managementAustin WaterBaltimore Department of Public WorksBirmingham Water WorksBoard of Water Supply City and County of HonoluluBoston Water and Sewer CommissionCharlotte-Mecklenburg Utility DepartmentChicago Department of Water ManagementCitizens Energy GroupCity of Dallas Water UtilitiesCity of Fresno Water DivisionCity of Raleigh Public Utilities DepartmentCity of Tampa Water DepartmentCleveland Water DepartmentColumbus Department of Public UtilitiesDenver WaterDetroit Water and Sewerage DepartmentDistrict of Columbia Water and Sewer AuthorityDominion EnergyEast Bay Municipal Utility DistrictEl Paso WaterFairfax WaterFort Worth Water DepartmentGwinnett County Department of Water ResourcesHouston Department of Public Works and EngineeringJacksonville Electric AuthorityLas Vegas Valley Water DistrictLong Beach Water DepartmentLos Angeles Department of Water and PowerLouisville Water CompanyMemphis Light, Gas and WaterMetro Water ServicesMetropolitan Utilities DistrictMiami-Dade Water and Sewer DepartmentMilwaukee Water WorksMinneapolis Water Treatment & Distribution ServiceNew York City Department of Environmental ProtectionOklahoma City Department of UtilitiesPhiladelphia Water DepartmentPhoenix Water Services DepartmentPortland Water DistrictSan Antonio Water SystemSan Diego County Water AuthoritySan Francisco Public Utilities CommissionSeattle Public UtilitiesSuffolk County Water AuthorityTucson WaterWashington Suburban Sanitary CommissionWestern Municipal Water District