Boston – JM Electrical announced the completion of work at 17-19 Dry Dock Avenue in Boston. JM Electrical’s work marks the addition of controls for mechanical systems that will lay the foundation for forthcoming lab space within the Boston Design Center. Originally office and retail spaces, 17-19 Dry Dock Avenue will be used to accommodate the growing demand for lab space, particularly in Boston.
JM Electrical partnered with Wise Construction on the project. “We are pleased to have teamed up with JM Electrical for 17-19 Dry Dock,” said Shawn Seaman, COO of Wise Construction. “Our combined expertise and dedication have been integral to the success of this project, bringing us a step closer to meeting the growing needs of Boston’s research landscape.”
“We take pride in contributing to projects that push boundaries and reshape spaces for the future. This achievement underlines our commitment to delivering excellence on behalf of our clients,” said John Guarracino, principal and COO at JM Electrical.