Comprehensive electrical fit-out of the new Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse at Logan International Airport’s Terminal C. The scope entailed installation of the iconic restaurant’s electrical distribution, lighting, tel-data and security systems. Lighthouse crew of IBEW Local 103 electricians, headed by PM Kenny Grant and Foreman Kyle Abel met the owner’s fast-track two-month project schedule.
Boston, MA – Lighthouse Electrical Contracting, Inc. has completed the electrical fit-out of the new Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse at Logan International Airport’s Terminal C. The NECA Boston contractor’s scope included providing the iconic restaurant’s electrical distribution, lighting, tel-data and security system installations. Project manager Kenny Grant and Foreman Kyle Abel supervised Lighthouse Electrical’s crew of IBEW Local 103 electricians in a fast-track two-month schedule. Davio’s opened its Logan Terminal C in October 2019
Architect: Wilson Architects, Boston, MA; GC: Skanska, Boston, MA: EE: BR+A Consulting Engineers, Boston, MA
Cambridge, MA – Lighthouse Electrical 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.
Project Manager Kenny Grant and Foreman Rich Carney headed the Lighthouse Electrical crew of IBEW electricians in the project, which The project required extensive demobilization and remobilization efforts due to extent of equipment being integrated into the small work area. The project required close coordination between Lighthouse, the general contractor, Skanska, and all subcontractors. The NECA contractor completed the eight-month project commenced in July 2018.
July 3, 2014
NECA contractor teams with GC: Turner Construction, Boston, MA
Boston, MA – Lighthouse Electrical Contracting, Inc., headquartered in Rockland, MA, has completed the fast track electrical fit-up of the new MassChallenge offices at 21 Drydock Avenue in South Boston. The 25,000 sq. ft. build-out for the world’s largest startup accelerator entailed installation of the facility’s power, lighting and fire alarm systems, as well as the conduit system for the tel/data system.
The scope included Lighthouse’s installation of 25 Wiremold RC4 power and tel/data floor boxes to meet Mass Challenge’s power, communications, and A/V requirements. The open office environment, a converted warehouse space, features high open ceilings and the NECA contractor installed exposed metal-clad (MC) cable, suspended from ceiling areas, to handle all branch circuiting.
Lighthouse also installed more than 70 energy-efficient, 12-foot LED pendant lights throughout the exposed ceiling area. Lighting is controlled by a state-of-the-art, Lutron GRAFIK Eye lighting control system, which features occupancy and daylight sensors.
The build-out also included installation of a Notifier fire alarm system, which interfaces to the building’s primary fire alarm system.
To meet the aggressive, six-week project schedule, Lighthouse PM Scott Sullivan and Foreman Matt Giblin managed a skilled crew of nine IBEW Local 103 electricians. The electrical team worked nights and weekends to meet Mass Challenge’s scheduled move-in requirements, and the start-up incubator firm took occupancy, as scheduled, in May.
This year, MassChallenge will host more than 100 innovative startups. Since its inception in 2010, nearly 500 startups have been supported by the organization, which has raised more than $470 million in outside funding and created nearly 4,000 jobs. MassChallenge moved to the new Drydock space from One Marina Park Drive on Boston’s Fan Pier.
February 10, 2017
Architect: Sargenti Architects, Paramus, NJ; GC: Hirsch Construction Corp., Danvers, MA
Boston, MA – Lighthouse Electrical Contracting, Inc., based in Rockland, MA, has completed the fast-track electrical construction of the 30,000 square-foot, two-level Old Navy store at Millennium Tower in Downtown Crossing. The comprehensive electrical tenant fit-out project entailed installing the store’s power, lighting, fire alarm system, and exterior signage, as well as providing power to the store’s HVAC system and assisting in its commissioning.
The Old Navy store’s interior lighting requirements were a key component of the electrical scope. The store features an open ceiling design and Lighthouse Electrical’s installations included more than 6,000 feet of Unistrut lighting grids which support the extensive LED track-lighting package.
The fire alarm system, furnished and installed by Lighthouse, integrates into the main building’s fire alarm system. The NECA Boston contractor worked in tandem with the fire alarm manufacturer, both in the system’s testing and commissioning.
Lighthouse PM Kenny Grant and Foreman Carl Freedman managed a field crew of 10 IBEW Local 103 electricians in the fast-track 4-month project. The NECA contractor commenced construction in September 2016 and the project was completed as scheduled, in December.
Old Navy opened its Millennium Tower store in January 2017. The Downtown Crossing store is the Northeast flagship store for the retail chain.
April 12, 2016
Boston, MA – Lighthouse Electrical Contracting, Inc., based in Rockland, MA, has completed the renovation of the Regal Fenway Stadium 13 Theatre complex at the Landmark Center on Brookline Avenue in Boston. The project was comprised of Lighthouse’s complete demolition and renovation of nine theaters at the Regal Theatre complex as well electrical as well as electrical installations for the new Regal Fenway theater bar. The scope encompassed installation of motorized recliner seating, new speakers, exit signs, and stair lighting in nine of the Regal Fenway’s 13 theatres. The new Regal Fenway cinema bar features dramatic neon lighting and is equipped with convenience outlets. The contractor also installed new corridor lighting at the complex. Lighthouse Project Manager Scott Sullivan headed the project team, supervising a crew of IBEW Local 103 electricians in the fast-track 4-month project, which was completed in December 2015. The NECA Boston contractor worked on the project team with general contractor Baker Incorporated of Middleton, MA.
July 15, 2015
Lighthouse Electrical has completed the tenant fit-out project for the Carolina Herrera at Copley Place in Boston. The project included providing the store with comprehensive electrical installations, including power, lighting, and low voltage wiring. Lighthouse worked on a project team headed by general contractor Hirsch Construction Corp., of Danvers, MA. Kenneth Park Architects of New York provided architectural services. There are more than 124 Carolina Herrera stores worldwide and 20 in the U.S. The Copley Place boutique is Carolina Herrera’s first store in New England.
July 10, 2014
Boston, MA – Lighthouse Electrical is in the final phase of the expansion and renovation of the H&M Store on Newbury Street. The project has included lighting upgrades throughout the store and the build-out of a new electrical room. Concurrently, our team has been awarded and is underway with electrical renovations to H&M stores at South Shore Plaza in Braintree and at Downtown Crossing.
May, 31 2014
Boston, MA – Lighthouse Electrical has completed the comprehensive tenant fit-out of a Harvard Medical School administrative office expansion project at the Landmark Center in Boston. The project was comprised of power and lighting installations, as well as integration of the building’s fire alarm system into the new offices.
April 25, 2010
Carlson Orchards, Harvard MA – 220kW P/V Ground Mount System – Lighthouse Electrical has completed the installation of a 220 kW ground-mount PV system at Carlson Orchards in Harvard, MA. The Rockland, MA based NECA contractor’s field crew of 8-10 electricians from IBEW Local 103 provided Massachusetts largest agricultural solar installation project in a 3-month project schedule. The system consisted of 1,050 Evergreen 210W solar panels. Evergreen Solar is a Massachusetts based solar manufacturer. The system features a data acquisition system by Massachusetts based Solectria Renewables. Design was provided by Stephen Kelleher Architects of Fairhaven, MA under subcontract to Lighthouse Electrical. Project power generation from the system is expected to save approximately 75 percent of Carlson Orchards electrical costs, largely refrigeration units that chill and preserve harvested apples.