InfraExchange provides new project lead reporting services in the Energy & Utility, Telecommunications & Towers and Industrial & Commercial markets. On a project-basis, our notices tell you who is planning on building what, where and when. Reports include contact information, summary descriptions, project specifications, forecast dates and all of the other information you need to move on at the earliest possible stage.
What projects do you report on?
We specialize in infrastructure-focused reporting for both new construction and alterations or modifications to existing infrastructure. Our database and ongoing research contains 48 different project types across 3 distinct infrastructure sectors including:
Energy & Utility
- Power Generation (Plant, Substation)
- Power Transmission
- Power Distribution
- Petroleum (Exploration, Production, Pipeline, Refining, Transportation)
- Natural Gas (Exploration, Production, Purification, Pipeline, Refining)
- Solar Power (Utility, Commercial)
- Wind Power (Utility, Commercial)
- Utility Pole or ROW Placement
- Light Pole and High Mast Lighting (Utility, Commercial)
- Water Supply or Treatment
- Hydro Electric
- Meteorological Towers
Telecommunications & Towers
- Data Center and Collocation
- Fiber Optic
- ILEC and CLEC
- CATV and Media
- Security, CCTV and Access Control
- Building Controls and Automation Systems
- Structured Wiring and Cabling
- Enterprise and Proprietary Networks
- Macro Cellular (Cellular, PCS, AWS, 700)
- Small Cell and WIFI
- Broadcast (Full and Low Power TV, FM and AM)
- Land Mobile and Public Safety Radio
- Microwave and Wireless Transport Systems
- Private Train Control (PTC) and Railroad Networks
- Utility Networks and SCADA Systems
- Intelligent Transportation (ITS) Systems
- Vehicle Detection Systems
- Smart Grid Networks
- Radar Systems
- Satellite Terminal or Station
- Guyed, Self-Supporting, Monopole, Stealth Towers
- Temporary Event and Portable Towers
- Meteorological Towers
Industrial & Commercial
- Airport and Heliport
- Rail Line
- Plant or Processing
- Church or Religious
- Educational (K-12, University)
- Entertainment or Athletic
- Senior or Alternative Housing
- Mixed Use
- Storage or Warehouse
- Residential (Apartment and Condominium)
- Signage (Billboard, Flagpole and Signs)
We are regularly asked what our sources are and how do we find our information. We leverage years of industry-specific experience across the sectors we cover to understand the types of projects our customers want to hear about, how to find them throughout each industry ecosystem and how to engage owners and developers at the earliest stages to get the intelligence you seek.
InfraExchange is ideal for engineering, manufacturing, supply and distribution, construction, management, materials, equipment rental and maintenance vendors seeking to identify and access new development and construction projects; owners with service and maintenance needs; and asset and company acquisition opportunities.
From primary vendors to subcontractors and investors serving the Energy & Utility, Telecommunications & Towers and Industrial & Commercial markets, InfraExchange provides real-time project intelligence to the entire infrastructure community.
We post new projects as they become available and are viewable immediately in our online database, but don’t fear missing what matters to you as, at a minimum, you will be notified every week about new project notices added that meet your profile.
At 66,000 project notices reported for 2016, we averaged almost 1,300 per week across the United States, Puerto Rico and Alaska.
Although archived historic project notices dating back to 2006 are available through fee-based custom reporting, our database contains 358,928 searchable recent project notices.
Every subscriber has immediate and unrestricted access to the opportunities that meet their profile. If you have a national subscription in a single-sector, you can see every past, present and upcoming opportunity in the sector across the United States. Conversely, our regional subscribers can see every opportunity across the region(s) they subscribe to for every project type in the Energy & Utility, Telecommunications & Towers and Industrial & Commercial markets.
No, there are no limits – you have unrestricted access in the database and the number of project notice notifications we send to you. If we’re reporting on it within your subscribed area of interest, you’ll be notified via email and you’ll be able to view it in our database.
You can subscribe here or contact us via phone at 888-443-9467 (888-4IE-WINS).
Please keep in mind that online orders receive a 10% discount off our regular rates.
Payments can be made with all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
Aside from the Terms of Agreement you will have electronically reviewed and agreed to prior completing your online check-out, there are no other obligations.
No, unlike other services we do not charge you for opportunities beyond a monthly limit tied to your subscription level. Each subscriber will have unrestricted access for one price.
Because we provide a 12-month instant download of past project notices upon subscribing, your subscription does not allow for a refund. There are no additional fees should you choose to not renew at the anniversary of your subscription.
To stop receiving new project notifications or cancel your service you may call us at 888-443-9467 (888-4IE-WINS). You will need to provide written notice per the Terms of Agreement. We will confirm cancellation once we verify we are cancelling the right account – it may be the case that the same organization has multiple accounts and we want to ensure we do not disrupt service for other users in that organization.
Search our database of over 358,928 project notices to see what matches your desired infrastructure leads.
Please feel free to contact us at 888-443-9467 (888-4IE-WINS) between the hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm EST to speak with a representative, or if it’s more convenient you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We record project notices based on the major components being constructed. Additionally, land use requirements may recognize individual components as distinct, separate projects and we report accordingly.