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

Boston, MA – J&M Brown Company, Inc. (JMB), based in Jamaica Plain, MA, 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 […] Read More...

J&M Brown Completes Boston Consulting Group Offices at 200 Pier 4 in Boston Seaport 

J&M Brown Company, Inc. (JMB), based in Jamaica Plain, MA, recently completed the fast-track electrical fit-out of The Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) new 184,000 sq. ft. offices at the new 200 Pier 4 office building in Boston’s Seaport district.  The project comprised JMB’s installation of the electrical distribution system, fire […] Read More...

J&M Brown Completes Electrical, Tel/Data Fit-Up of Amazon’s Newest Boston Offices in Fort Point

Boston, MA – J&M Brown Company (JMB) has completed the comprehensive electrical fit-out of Amazon’s newest Boston office at 253 Summer Street / 27 Melcher Street in Boston’s Fort Point. The tech giant’s six-floor office space comprises 180,000 square-feet and currently houses more than 350 staffers from Amazon Web Services […] Read More...

J&M Brown Completes Restoration of Emerson Colonial Theatre, Boston, MA

In June 2018, J&M Brown Company (JMB) completed the comprehensive electrical restoration and renovation of the historic Emerson Colonial Theatre in Boston. The project required elaborate electrical and lighting renovations. The Emerson Colonial now features an upgraded electrical distribution system. Prior to the installations associated with the distribution system, JMB provided […] Read More...

99 Summer St Lobby

99 Summer enhanced their building with a brand new front entrance on Summer street.  The upgraded entrance features table with booth seating, a video wall and new cafe.  LED pendant light hang as high at 60′ in the air shining light through the glass wall, while undercabinent tapelight Read More...