Florida Power and Light (Nokia)
Maverick is the designated engineering contractor for Florida Power and Lights’ Grid Modernization Fiber to the Sub Station Project throughout the State of Florida. Maverick handles all aspects of the project from creation of the Engineering Guidance and FEED study, High Level design, Low Level Design, Construction and Field survey, Rights and Permits, Environmental, and SHPO.
Statoil North America
Maverick was selected to perform the Engineering FEED study for the Statoil Marcellus and Utica Assets for a Fiber to The Well solution. The project covered three areas; North Monroe County Ohio-Utica Assets, South Monroe County Ohio- Marcellus Assets and Taylor County West Virginia- Marcellus Assets. Maverick has completed three separate FEED studies, the design, and the engineering.
Yampa Valley Electric Association
Rural Fiber to the Home Project – Maverick is the awarded Design Build Contractor for Yampa Valley Electric Association Fiber to the Home Build, “Luminate”. The build covers three rural areas in Colorado: Steamboat Springs, Hayden, and Craig.
Rural Fiber to the Home Broadband Project – Maverick is currently the sole engineering firm for a 700+ mile FTTx project, comprising of both fiber to the home, microwave, and RF solutions. The project incorporates engineering more than 7,000 homes: high level design, field surveys, low level design, constructability ride out, value engineering, civil permits, construction drawings, and GIS services. The rural broadband project encountered multiple franchise jurisdictions for both incumbent and competitive services for the end customers.
Black & Veatch - Verizon
Maverick was contracted as the Engineering partner to perform design, field services, permitting, and construction package delivery for an enterprise ODN application, utilizing fiber to the business approach through GPON. Maverick has to date completed over 242 km of engineering, permitting, and construction drawings. The project encountered more than 15 permitting jurisdictions to provide services for a competitive carrier entrant to the greater Tampa markets.
Crown Castle, Formerly Next G Networks, contracted Maverick to provide Professional and Construction Services for the Installation of several Distributed Antenna Networks throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic of the United States. Boston and its surrounding communities comprised of over 450 distributed antennas fed remotely by fiber. Maverick was also responsible for installing the enterprise fiber network throughout the Greater Boston area. This design was an ADSS fiber optic solution installed within the power space which reduced the overall time of execution and the cost of make-ready. Maverick installed, spliced, and commissioned over 700,000 feet of ADSS fiber optics in a 2-month period, with an accelerated schedule. Other networks completed are in Durham, North Carolina; Flint, Michigan; Rochester, New York; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Maverick was contracted as the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Management of NSTAR Communications’ new Dark Fiber Network throughout the Greater Boston area. The project weaved through the City of Boston and its downtown Commercial District and the outlying communities. The project was designed to reside in the Power Space and was installed while the network was energized.
National Passenger Railroad Corporation (Amtrak)
Amtrak selected Maverick as the prime contractor to design, install, and commission a Trackside Train to Ground Wireless Broadband Network for Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor “NEC” from Washington DC to Boston Massachusetts (724 km). Maverick has completed an 81 km section to date, from Delaware to 30th Street Station in Philadelphia. Maverick maintains the Master Services Agreement with Amtrak as they release sections of the project when funding allows.
Great Lakes Energy
Rural Fiber to the Home Broadband Project – Maverick is the awarded contractor to provide Construction, Survey, and the Installation of the Underground Conduit system for Great Lakes Energy Fiber to the Home “TrueStream”.