Segmenting Utility CAPEX: U.S. Municipal Water Infrastructure Forecast, 2019-2028
New Focus Report to be released in September: Special pre-pub pricing available now. (Report included with US & Canada Municipal Insight service subscription).
Municipal water & wastewater utilities are increasingly compelled to take on a wider range of complex challenges, from rehabilitating aging systems to addressing emerging contaminants.
By building on a foundational understanding of historical trends, distribution & collection network assets, and treatment facilities in 50 states and six U.S. territories, Bluefield’s team of water experts forecasts annual capital expenditure (CAPEX) in the U.S. to reach US$69.9 billion by 2028.
Bluefield’s upcoming Focus Report weighs the impact of dynamic factors, including funding availability, regulatory enforcement, contaminants of concern, and macroeconomic shifts that are detailed in forecast scenarios.
- 50+ page PDF Report
- CAPEX Forecasts for 50 U.S. States + D.C. and U.S. Territories
- Forecast Across 30 Infrastructure Segments
- Ten-year Outlook, Including Three Scenarios
- New, Replacement & Rehabilitation Breakout
- Market Drivers & Inhibitors
- Research Methodology with Key Inputs & Assumptions
KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED
- What are the ten-year annual capital expenditures by state and region?
- How are critical drivers and inhibitors—macro-economic, regulatory, technology, business model—impacting the U.S. outlook?
- Which capital segments—vertical assets (e.g. plants), linear assets (pipe networks)–—and subsegments are poised for higher growth?
- How is geography and location (e.g. urban, rural) shaping new-build vs. system rehabilitation spending?
- Which states and U.S. territories are ranked highest in year- over-year CAPEX?