April 06, 2020

Damage brings crews from all along coast

Crews from New Brunswick all the way south to Florida have been in Maine this month helping residents recover from the recent storm damage:

Asplundh (Pennsylvania)

Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.

Boston Edison Co.

C.W. Wright Construction Co. (Virginia)

Delmarva Power and Light Co. (Maryland)

Eastern Utilities Association (Massachusetts)

Electric Utility Constructors (Massachusetts)

Florida Power and Light

General Public Utilities (Pennsylvania, New Jersey)

Gratten (Massachusetts)

Henkel and McCoy (Pennsylvania)

J.W.M. Foley Inc. (Connecticut)

K-Line Construction (New Brunswick)

K and M Utility (New Brunswick)

Massachusetts Electric Construction

McDonaugh Electric Construction Corp. (Massachusetts)

L.E. Myers-Harlon Electric Co. (Pennsylvania)

Nantahala Power and Light Co. (North Carolina)

New Brunswick Power

New England Electric System (Massachusetts)

Northeast Utilities/Public Service Co. of N.H.-Connecticut

Nova Scotia Power

O’Donnell Line Construction (Massachusetts)

Potomac Electric Power Co. (Washington, D.C.)

Roy’s Power Line Construction (New Brunswick)

3 Phase Line (New Hampshire)

Top Line Utility (New Brunswick)

Unitil (New Hampshire)

Utility Service and Assistance (New Hampshire)

Source: Central Maine Power Co.

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