Boston – J&M Brown Company, Inc. (JMB), of Jamaica Plain, has completed the comprehensive electrical construction of 100 Pier 4, the newest luxury residential high-rise in Boston’s Seaport district.
The NECA contractor provided installation of the facility’s primary and emergency power, state-of-the-art lighting and lighting control system, fire alarm system, and tel/data and security systems at the 21-story residential tower.
The project also included electrical fit-out for all 369 residential units, the facility’s fitness center, and an underground parking-garage for 258 cars. The tel/data and security system installations were provided by Spectrum Integrated Technologies, the low-voltage division of J&M Brown Company.
The general contractor on the project was John Moriarty & Associates, of Winchester; the architect was ADD, Inc./Stantec, of Boston; and the owner/developer is The Hanover Company.
The 100 Pier 4 project is the first project in the multibuilding master plan development on the 9.5-acre site overlooking Boston harbor.
J&M Brown Construction Group Vice President Bryan Greene and Operations Manager Robert Carabia supervised the electrical project, managing a field crew of 45 IBEW Local 103 electricians at peak construction. Spectrum IT Project Managers Mike Anderson and Terry Kilduff led the tel/data and security project effort with a team of eight IBEW technicians at peak construction. The two-year project was completed in May 2015 and The Hanover Company took occupancy at that time.
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