We are a leading provider of utility services for electrical and communications utilities.
Wood Structures, Concrete, Steel
Whether a wood, concrete or steel structure, Maverick Utility Services provide full turn-key inspection services through our robust Treat & Test Program.
Storm Services and Assessment
When a catastrophic event or natural disaster occurs, Maverick’s Storm response services provides professional resources that will immediately impact the relief efforts and restoration operations.
Advantages to Partnering with Maverick for Your Electrical and Communications Utilities Projects
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
Engineering and Constructing Comprehensive, Sustainable and Resilient Solutions in Power and Communications
Maverick provides Utility Services to Electric and Communications Owners and Utilities throughout the United States and Europe. Maverick’s corporate headquarters are in Boston, Massachusetts. Maverick also maintains locations in Oregon, Florida, Michigan, Virginia/Maryland/Washington, Philadelphia, Texas and Galway, Ireland.
The maps shown highlight the areas serviced as well as the locations of Maverick offices.
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