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Trenchless Players Move to Redefine Pipe Market: Forecasts, Competitive Positioning, and Water Market Trends

15 September 2020
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The 2.2 million miles of drinking water pipe and 1.8 million miles of wastewater pipe installed across the U.S. vary significantly in age and material type. With current annual replacement rates less than 1% and looming financial constraints on utilities increasing, the profile and solutions to expedite infrastructure replacement are more critical than ever.

Trenchless technology deployment is shaped by key factors including asset type, location, economics, and application. The use of trenchless technologies is expected to gain additional momentum on the heels of a new, recessionary environment. This will usher in opportunities for a host of approximately 25 leading players–established and newer market entrants–positioning across the value chain through vertical integration to specialist providers.

Bluefield’s team of water experts analyzes the impacts of these factors to forecast the market size and drivers influencing trenchless technologies from 2020 to 2030.

In this Market Insight we analyze:

  • Current state of U.S. pipe infrastructure
  • Underlying market drivers for trenchless solutions
  • Benchmarking trenchless technologies
  • Market forecast by geography and technology
  • Competitive landscape and positioning

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