My personal situation is in the process of being put back together, Mold remediation, all hardwood floors are almost out, subfloor replaced. Very minor elec issues, beside 18 days of no power.
Work wise, the Twp I work for didn't get hit to hard. One apt complex has 50+ apts that are shot, and 14 bldgs in one industrial/office park are hammered bad.
Back to my hometown area, the State provided inspectors to assist the regular Twp guy, as they did for a lot of the affected areas. The insp regimen started with house to house to determine flood or other damage & have the meter pulled before poco restoration to neighborhoods. That was block by block, DCA help, in teams of 2 or 4.
As work is done, inspections are scheduled, and if the load gets heavy, DCA will assist, as I am told.
All I can say is there is going to be work, for quite some time.
Most of my neighbors who had water damages opted for a rewire.
The Industrial park had four pad mount POCO transformers bite the bullet, along with the feeders into the gear in the buildings. Range from 1200 to 2000 amps each. There are three other buildings that are still powerless and in the clean-up stage. One of those has 2x3000 amp services. That bldg had 8' of water inside, and manufactures foam carpet padding.