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Underground Infrastructure: U.S. Water & Wastewater Pipe Network Forecast, 2019-2028

08 November 2019
Focus Report

New Focus Report available for purchase. (Report included with US & Canada Municipal Insight service subscription).

More than US$234 billion of capital expenditures (CAPEX) are forecasted over the next decade to address aging municipal water & wastewater pipe network infrastructure. Precipitated by decades of underinvestment, municipal utilities are under increasing pressure to address deteriorating linear assets at a faster pace.

This Focus Report forecasts the capital expenditures (CAPEX) and factors shaping the rehabilitation, replacement, and new build across an existing network of 3.2 million miles of linear assets.

REPORT DETAILS

  • Ten-year Annual CAPEX Forecast
  • Forecast Methodology & Assumptions
  • Pipes by Material Type & Diameter
  • Network Hardware: Valves, Fittings, Hydrants, Manholes
  • State-by-State Geographic Segmentation
  • Market Drivers & Shifts
    (e.g. Housing Starts, Population)

KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED

  • What factors drive replacement, rehabilitation, and greenfield network CAPEX?
  • How are U.S. pipe distribution & collection networks segmented, geographically?
  • What are the emerging trends and market disruptors?
  • Which pipe materials will gain market-share over the next decade?
  • How are associated hardware impacted by network growth?

 


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