Because that LCP box (FDA 27B) had to be moved across the street from the original planned pole, they now have to create a jumper for all the connections to extend the initial cable pulls across the street. That splicing work should be done in the next day or two. Then it gets tested. Hopefully all the upstream work is done and it can be lit up soon without having to wait for other dependencies elsewhere. He also said there is another crew nearby working on a different LCP today too.
Fascinating to see the nitty-gritty work up close (the individual fibers are super-thin -- maybe 0.5mm -- and can carry up to 10 Gb/s each in a straight line!).