PREPA’s CEO Ricardo Ramos says there is plenty of work to be done as most of Puerto Rico is still without power. As Whitefish wraps up some current work before the contract is scrapped, leading to a delay of up to three months before the projects are completed, reports The Associated Press.
When Maria slammed Puerto Rico on Sept. 20 as a Category 4 storm, it leveled an already-fragile infrastructure, essentially wiping out power to the entire island. Almost six weeks later, more than two thirds of customers remain in the dark.
Max Services has been on the ground understanding the requirements and offering assistance. Mike Echols, Max Services CEO, observed that the citizens had done a tremendous job but it was now time for professional assistance.