I wonder how they decided on Puerto Rico. It's my understanding that most of the rural parts of the island are without power and proper necessities still. I was in San Juan right after the hurricanes last year and the LAST thing they need is a McTemple. It's downright insulting and arrogant. Humanitarians, my ass!
Sadly (I'm guessing here), most of the labor won't be performed by locals which would help their economy More than imported workers do.
It's time ChurchCo contracting policies & practices became transparent.
When any significant work is needed at a church facility, you'll see lots of IMW (UT, ID, AZ) license plates at the worksite; this will benefit restaurant & motel owners (I doubt they're in on the deal).
The Puerto Rico temple will likely follow the design for those in the developing world with its own power production, water filtration, storm shelter, etc. They might not know that the neighbors faced extreme privation and danger....