J&M Brown Underway at 345 Harrison Ave.

| January 26, 2017

345 Harrison Avenue

Boston – J&M Brown Company is underway with comprehensive electrical construction of 345 Harrison Avenue, the new 585-unit luxury residential/multi-use complex in Boston’s South End developed by Boston-based UDR.

The development is composed of two 14-story buildings, housing 535,900sf of residential space and 33,550sf of ground floor retail and restaurant space. JMB’s scope entails installation of the complete electrical distribution system, LED lighting, fire alarm system, and tel/data systems.

Amenities include a four-level parking garage with a green roof, 13th floor Sky Lounge, resort-style pool, and state-of-the-art fitness center.

The tel/data system installations are being provided by J&M Brown’s low voltage division, Spectrum Integrated Technologies.

J&M Brown project managers Patrick O’Neil and Kimberley Estabrooks are managing the project with a field crew expected to range upwards of 40 to 50 IBEW Local 103 electricians at peak construction.

The project team includes architect, CBT Architects, Boston; GC, John Moriarty & Associates, Winchester; owner, UDR, Boston; and EE, RW Sullivan Engineering, Boston.

The total project has targeted completion for the summer 2018, and all major electrical systems will be completed months in advance.


To streamline the construction process in the tightly scheduled project, JMB is utilizing the Trimble MEP layout solution platform. JMB’s CAD Coordinator Kelly Flynn and General Foreman Wayne Lucas, have planned electrical conduit layouts and installation areas using with 3D positional data system, enabling the JMB field crew to handle installation with exacting precision and maximum efficiency.  Also enhancing the project’s consistent workflow, in the pre-construction phase, General Foreman Phil Talbot has designed layouts, and pre-planned material and labor requirements for the development’s apartment units.

The 345 Harrison Avenue project is integral to the City’s revitalization plans for the South End.  Across the street from the Ink Block, the residential complex is in close proximity to key public transit hubs as the MBTA Red Line, Orange and Silver Lines are all within walking distance.

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