Asset Management

Under its asset management services, Stratecon identifies, screens, acquires, finances, manages or arranges for management of the development and marketing of water rights or water supplies and related infrastructure primarily to meet existing and growing municipal and industrial water demands throughout North America. Depending on the requirements of a project, Stratecon may assemble a project consortium that would include design, construction, and operating firms of infrastructure and investment banks or infrastructure funds for project financing. Our management is experienced in all aspects of water projects, including legal, political, financial, economic, and strategic management. Our approach is to assemble an experienced team of professionals and local individuals to enhance the prospect that a project will result in a successful outcome, combining capital resources and technical expertise.

Our investment philosophy emphasizes the need for any project to be based on responsible resource management and sound public policy. We only pursue political strategies and activities that meet the highest standards of ethical conduct.

Stratecon News

INTERA and Stratecon Establish Strategic Partnership

      INTERA Incorporated and Stratecon, Inc. are pleased to announce the formation of a strategic partnership to provide Groundwater Sustainability Planning (GSP) services under California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). A California-based consulting firm, Stratecon combines the disciplines of economics, finance, natural resource management, and policy to develop innovative solutions to commercial and […]

Recent Studies

Lessons from California’s Journey in Water Markets

The Texas House Committee on Natural Resources held a public hearing on October 16, 2018, to hear invited and public testimony on some its interim charges … Read Stratecon President Rodney T. Smith’s testimony, Lessons from California’s Journey in Water Markets, where he discusses how California’s experience can be used to inform water management in Texas.

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