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Dewatering is the process of removing excess groundwater or surface water from a job site. It is typically the very first step in preparing a site for construction-based applications and is also carried out routinely in various other industries and applications such as in manufacturing, mining, pipeline, and disaster relief—to name a few.
Dewatering is gaining prominence as an industry and according to Global Market Insights, Inc., it is predicted that this industry will be valued globally at over $5 billion by 2025. In the United States alone, there is a predicted nine percent growth in the market size during this period. Key factors driving this business growth include changing liquid waste discharge standards with policies like the Clean Water Act (CWA), along with aging wastewater equipment and infrastructure, and depleting water resources.
It takes committed teams and careful planning to drive construction projects toward timely completion. There are many things that need to be taken care of when construction operations begin, such as dewatering.