Danvers, MA – Homeland Power & Utility’s commercial division, headquartered in Danvers, is underway with the comprehensive electrical renovation of Sanofil’s offices at 45 New York Ave. on the biopharma company’s campus in Framingham. The NECA Greater Boston electrical contractor is working on a project team headed by general contractor, GenCon of Charlestown.
The project scope for the comprehensive tenant fit-out entails Homeland’s installation of power distribution, lighting and lighting control, and fire alarm systems, as well as low-voltage network communications systems in the 4,000sf office located on the first floor of the two-floor Sanofil laboratory facility.
Project manager Marc Santino and general foreman Bob Caldwell are supervising Homeland’s crew of IBEW Local 103 electricians and technicians in the fast-track project. The project commenced in April and is on schedule for completion in June.