Author Archives: Ian Zweig

Spectrum IT Completes Samuel Adams Brewery Headquarters’ Security Enhancements

J&M Brown’s low-voltage division in progress with security project for Boston Beer Co.’s breweries and tap rooms nationwide Boston, MA – Spectrum Integrated Technologies (IT), the low-voltage division of J&M Brown Company, Inc., is in the final stage of large-scale video security and card access system enhancements for the Samuel Adams/The Boston Beer […] Read More...

J&M Brown completes Phase One of Market Central in Cambridge, MA; Final phase on schedule for early 2020 completion

Cambridge, MA – J&M Brown Company, Inc. (JMB), headquartered in Jamaica Plain, MA, has completed the ground-up electrical construction of the first phase, six-story, wood-framed residential building of the Market Central project (formerly Mass + Main), in the heart of Central Square, Cambridge. Market Central is a transit-oriented development comprised […] Read More...

Putnam Investments Global Headquarters, 100 Federal Street, Boston, MA

J&M Brown Company completed the 250,000 square-foot, 10-floor fit-out of Putnam Investments new headquarters at 100 Federal Street in the heart of Boston’s financial district.   The scope entailed comprehensive electrical distribution and lighting installations for the offices which house approximately 1,000 Putnam staff members.  The project scope included eight […] Read More...

J&M Brown Completes Putnam Investments Global Headquarters, 100 Federal Street, Boston, MA

J&M Brown Company, Inc. completed the 250,000 square-foot, 10-floor fit-out of Putnam Investments new headquarters at 100 Federal Street in the heart of Boston’s financial district.   The scope entailed comprehensive electrical distribution and lighting installations for the offices which house approximately 1,000 Putnam staff members.  The project scope included […] Read More...

J&M Brown Underway with Electrical Construction of The BEAT (former Boston Globe Headquarters) in Dorchester

J&M Brown Company is underway with the core and shell electrical construction of The BEAT, the former headquarters of the Boston Globe at 135 Morissey Boulevard in Dorchester.  The Nordblom Company’s redevelopment project will transform the 695,000 square-foot building into an “urban innovation campus,” as the existing three-story office and […] Read More...