Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Sewer and Pipeline Rehabilitation industry's performance is directly tied to government investment and the residential construction market. While these drivers were volatile during the recession, both are anticipated to improve over the next five years, spurring demand and revenue growth. Furthermore, lower interest rates will allow industry players to bid for more projects, enabling them to finance activities before the contracted money reaches the operators.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Analysis Chapter
The Sewer and Pipeline Rehabilitation industry provides an essential service: the repair, maintenance, rehabilitation and reconstruction of sewer and water system infrastructure, which serves nearly every residence and commercial structure in the country. Almost the entirety of industry revenue comes from municipalities, which pay industry operators to maintain the water and wastewater infrastructure within their jurisdictions. A minority of funding comes from state and the federal government, which
subsidize infrastructure maintenance for those municipalities that are unable to obtain sufficient funding to do so themselves.
In contrast to much of the rest of the economy, the Sewer and Pipeline Rehabilitation industry grew through the recession, albeit at a slower pace... purchase to read more