NEWPORT — Diane Peel emerged from Butterfly Kisses Child Care Center and into the oppressive Friday afternoon heat.

There was a problem. The two-man crew she was with couldn’t get into the basement, where the electrical system is, to run a copper wire out to the building’s facade on Pleasant Street. But navigating aging structures — and the “logistics nightmare” they pose — is nothing new in Peel’s work.

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