@Sparhawk2k if you’re comfortable with a soldering iron, the best way by far is to ask your electrician to run 22 gauge ethernet cable (which is cheap and versatile) or thermostat wire (which is really cheap, but can be harder to solder because it’s 18gauge) to all of the locations you want sensors. Run those cables back to some central location. Then once your drywaller is done, solder on USB-A receptacles, and use the supplied USB cables that came with your sensor to connect. At the other end, you just need a source of 5V DC power. A large USB hub would work.
If you don’t want to solder, the best way I’ve found is with a recessed single-gang receptacle and an off-the-shelf USB power supply (from any smartphone).
But that means running 120VAC power everywhere you need 5VDC power, which will be more expensive.