We respond when most needed, restoring power under the most difficult circumstances.
It is imperative to have qualified Damage Assessors so the damage can be accurately reported and in a timely manner. This ensures correct materials and crews are dispatched to location.
Our Primary Line Crews are dedicated professionals of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). They are skilled, dedicated, and safely perform their trade.
Post Storm Assessment & Clean Up
Maverick provides the personnel and equipment necessary for the cleanup of debris that is left behind from damaged and destroyed poles, conductors, and transformers.
What Sets Maverick Storm Services Apart?
Headquartered in Boston, MA, with over 25,000 sq. ft. of office space and 156,000 sq. ft. of garage and outdoor space
Additional full-time offices in Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan, Florida, Virginia, Portland, OR, and Galway, Ireland
Successful completion of large and complex turnkey programs; design, scheduling, project management, installation, construction and material sourcing, emergency and storm response crews
Over 350 pieces of equipment, with 3 full-time mechanics and 89 Bucket Trucks
More than 150 full time construction and 60 full time engineering employees
CUSTOMERS & PARTNERS
To restore power and normalcy for our clients quickly, efficiently, and most importantly, safely
Maverick’s corporate headquarters are in Boston, Massachusetts. Maverick also maintains offices in Portland, OR, Florida, and Galway, Ireland, with a number of additional regional offices located strategically throughout the United States too.
The following map highlights the areas we serve the locations of Maverick offices.
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