Lynnfield, MA – JM Electrical Company, Inc. has completed project operations at Lovejoy Wharf, a 15-story, 157-residence luxury condominium building at Bulfinch Triangle in Boston.
A complete building automation system was installed to control the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning serving the core of the building, as was individual standalone temperature control in each of the residences, which range from studios to three bedrooms. JM was also responsible for the control of the life safety systems, including stairwell pressurization and the critical control of the fuel oil feeding the emergency generator.
Developed by Related Beal and designed by Stantec, The Architectural Team, and Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP, the building contains ground-floor retail space in addition to its condominiums. Several residences will feature outdoor terraces, and each of the residences will provide views of Boston Harbor, the Charles River, Downtown Boston, and Cambridge.
Other amenities in the development include a rooftop terrace on the 12th floor, a wharfside health club, fitness studio, resident lounge, library lounge, business center, and more.
Now open to the public, a Boston Harborwalk addition has been built along Lovejoy Wharf. Converse has also opened a retail store adjacent to the condominium. The building will be Boston’s first condo development with no parking spaces due to its proximity to public transportation, as it is located right by North Station.
“It is important with new residential buildings like this that we provide advanced controls for the utmost level of comfort, while at the same time ensuring cost and energy efficiency,” said Niall Black, project manager at JM Electrical. “With the stand-alone controls, residents can regulate their individual HVAC levels to tailor to their specific needs, a critical amenity in today’s luxury condo market.”
JM Electrical has more than 30 years of experience and expertise in the installation of advanced control and automation systems, and has completed multiple large-scale installations at developments in the Greater Boston area recently. Among these are Northeastern University’s Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex, Boston University’s Center for Integrated Life Sciences & Engineering, and Harvard Memorial Church.