Cambridge, MA – Lighthouse Electrical Contracting, Inc., based in Rockland, has completed the electrical fit-out project for the STHM Lab and Imaging room at Harvard University’s Laboratory for Integrated Science and Engineering (LISE) building at 11 Oxford Street in Cambridge.
The project scope included Lighthouse’s highly detailed electrical installations associated with the facility’s Scanning Thermal Microscopy (STHM) Lab as well as its Imaging room. Harvard’s state-of-the-art LISE Building’s imaging suite is thought to be the world’s only facility to house both STHM microscopy and an imaging lab.
The project required close coordination between Lighthouse, the general contractor, Skanska, and all subcontractors, including architect: Wilson Architects; GC: Skanska; and EE: BR+A Consulting Engineers, all of Boston.
Project Manager Kenny Grant and Foreman Rich Carney headed the Lighthouse Electrical crew of IBEW electricians in the project, which required extensive demobilization and remobilization efforts due to the extent of equipment being integrated into the small work area.
The NECA contractor completed the eight-month project that started in July 2018.