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JM Electrical Company, Inc., the leader in advanced automated building system installations, announced that it has completed the installation of an advanced automation system at Northeastern University’s (NEU) Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex (ISEC), a 220,000 square foot development on Columbus Avenue.
The research facility contains six stories of wet, dry and computational labs, an auditorium, classrooms and a cafe. Designed by Payette and built by Suffolk Construction, the ISEC will also be LEED certified and operationally efficient. The development was built in an effort to fulfill NEU’s aspirations of growing as a research university.
“It’s been exciting to work on one of the premier higher education research facilities in Boston,” said Adam Palmer, Project Manager at JM Electrical. “We are thrilled to once again be to providing energy efficient and cost-effective control systems for prominent, sustainable buildings in the city.”
JM Electrical began project operations at ISEC in April of last year, and the research center is now up and running for NEU’s staff faculty and researchers. Mike Kemp, the foreman on the project, oversaw up to eight electricians on the construction and day-to-day operations to ensure the project was completed on time and on budget.
JM Electrical has more than 30 years of experience and expertise in the installation of advanced control and automation systems which have been the foundation of the business. The company has completed multiple large-scale installations in the Greater Boston Area recently, including Boston Landing, Partners HealthCare and Hanscom Middle School.