Lowell, MA – Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. of Holliston recently completed the electrical installation work for the renovation of Middlesex Community College’s Academic Arts Center in Lowell.
The 18,000sf, two-story historical building is listed on state and national registers of historic places.
Consigli Construction of Milford served as the project’s general contractor, with Leers Weinzapfel Associates of Boston the architect and Cosentini Associates of Cambridge the
Previously the home to the B&M Railroad Department, the newly repurposed building houses the college’s performing arts programs, which consist of theater, dance, and music.
Key spaces of the building include a 190-seat proscenium theater, 103-seat recital hall, 900sf dance studio, two music practice rooms, two multipurpose classrooms, as well as recital
hall and theater classrooms.
The Griffin Electric team was responsible for the installation of new electrical service equipment, as well as lighting within the building. Additionally, systems for fire alarm, lightning protection, theater controls, telecommunications, and security were part of the company’s electrical contract.
Powering and lighting the tower clocks, notable features of the building, was also performed by Griffin. The team’s onsite telecommunications work included a structured cable solution, in addition to intrusion detection and video intercom systems.