J&M Brown and its subsidiary, Spectrum Integrated Technologies, were the electrical and low-voltage subcontractors for this project.
J&M Brown was the electrical contractor for a new lab space in MIT’s Building 4
Boston College is adding new fields for it’s baseball and softball teams as well as for its intramural sports. Underground ductbanks are being installed to connect existing buildings and increase the infrastructure of the area.
MIT renovated a former warehouse to create a new home for their Theater Arts program. With an aggressive schedule, the building was gutted and rebuilt with a new distribution system, A/V system, Fire Alarm system, and advanced lighting controls. Building W97 now has rehearsal spaces, studios, offices, costume and scene design shops, dressing rooms, and a performance space. This A/V intense job was coordinated through SprectumIT, J&M Brown’s low-voltage company, as a mean of making the whole project run more smoothly.
Upgrade of main library on campus to meet the needs of modern education. J&M Brown was contracted to do the electrical, fire alarm, tel/data and security for this project providing a one-stop solution
Conversion of a former lab building into MIT’s new Department of Facilities and Office of Campus Planning. Comprehensive electrical renovation project includes demolition of existing infrastructure prior to providing ground-up electrical installations:
Comprehensive electrical construction, including primary and emergency power systems, electrical fit-out of entire facility – research labs, classrooms and administrative offices, fire alarm system, and lighting system.
Comprehensive, multi-phase electrical renovation of historic MIT student residence building, circa 1901. Electrical re-construction of building’s state-of-the-art food servery and conference room on first floor; undergraduate student residences on floors 2 through 7.
Size: 5-story aboveground plus 3-level basement, 135,000 sq. ft. research lab facility
GC / Design-Build: Turner Construction
Electrical Crew: 50 at peak
Scope: Shell and core electrical construction of new research lab facility, which houses a state-of-the art clean room and features dust-free lab environments. Project included primary and emergency power, lighting, and fire alarm installations. Electrical work associated with an entire mechanical floor, which provides power and maintains optimal atmosphere for labs.
- State-of-the-art LISE facility features labs for nanoscale and mesoscale science
- Electrical installations for 10,000 sq. ft. clean room
- Entailed dozens of connections for special purpose mechanical equipment
- Timeline: 1 year
Demolition and electrical construction of Computer Hardware Lab and Design Simulation (Mathematical Monitoring) Lab. Fast-track 3-week project.