The devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico is exhibit “A” in the importance of maintaining and upgrading infrastructure despite the costs of doing so. It has driven home the point that infrastructure is costly, but its benefits are essential to life safety, the economy and human health and comfort. The storm has left almost all the island’s 3.5 million inhabitants without power. They must contend with the prospect of living without electricity for months.
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Puerto Rico and the Consequences of Postponed Electrical Grid Upgrades
September 28, 2017
Pam Radtke Russell - Engineering News-Record
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