JM Electrical Completes Control System Project at Avalon North Station
JM Electrical Company, Inc., the leader in advanced automated building system installations, today announced that they have completed project operations at Avalon North Station, a 600,000-square-foot development located at One Nashua Street in Boston’s North End.
JM Electrical installed HVAC controls throughout the building’s common areas to monitor essential building systems. The staff also installed a cold purge smoke control panel as well as T-stats for Vertical Heat Pumps. In addition, JM did fuel oil interlock wiring for the generator system and interlock wiring for dryer and toilet exhaust fans.
“We are thrilled with the opportunity to work on one of Boston’s latest mixed-use buildings,” said Stephen Guarracino, operations officer at JM Electrical. “As with any residential, multi-use development, having state-of-the-art, energy efficient HVAC system controls are important for keeping residents, visitors and shoppers in a comfortable environment.”
Designed by CBT Architects and constructed by John Moriarty & Associates, Avalon North Station is located directly behind the TD Garden, steps from the North Station Orange and Green line stops, the commuter rail, and Amtrak. The 38-story, mixed-use tower contains 503 rental apartments, 3,575 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and on-site resident parking. It also includes a sky pavilion lounge, rooftop deck and fitness center.
Jay Colleton, JM Electrical’s foreman on the job, oversaw the daily operations of up to four electricians throughout the 12 month duration of the project to ensure it 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, and has completed multiple large-scale installations at developments in the Greater Boston area recently. Among these are Northeastern University’s Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex, Hub 25 Apartments and Warrior Ice Arena.