Meet the Company Who Lights Up the Hub
Here in Boston, we are spoiled by our surroundings. Almost anywhere we direct our gaze, we are treated to an amazing cityscape. From the Seaport’s imposing Boston Convention Center and soaring Vertex Pharmaceutical Towers, to the elegant Liberty Hotel by the shores of the Charles; nearly every inch of downtown Boston boasts an architectural marvel. Yet we take for granted the buildings where we live, work, and play. Most of us are entirely ignorant of the creativity, expertise, and hard work necessary to make a space both beautiful and livable.
But there are a select few who know a thing or two about building Boston’s cityscape, and among them is the team at JM Electrical Company.
The Liberty Hotel
Not only has JM Electrical contracted jobs with the Boston Convention Center, Vertex Pharmaceutical Towers, and the Liberty Hotel; but also Harvard University, Northeastern University, Novartis, Massachusetts General Hospital, and most of the largest projects in the city.
After being in business for over 25 years, JM Electrical has established itself as a leader in the Boston market and beyond. The Lynnfield-based company boasts an impressive client roster of giant global control companies including Siemens, Johnson, BCM, Honeywell, and Trane.
What is their secret behind decades of success? Hard work and an eye for the future
“There is no substitute for hard work,” Business Development Manager Matthew Guarracino told BostInno. “We are customer focused and realize that you are only as good as you last job and try to approach each project that way.”
Their commitment to quality has more than paid off. The company has an impeccable track record of 100 percent job completion on time and on budget plus a 96 percent customer rating of “good” or “excellent.”
But JM Electrical did not build their reputation on stellar service alone. The company is consistently at the forefront of their industry, embracing the innovation and installing state of the art systems.
Boston Convention Center
“From the beginning, advanced building systems have been the cornerstone of the business,” JM Electrical said in a press release. And 2014 will be no exception.
“We are looking to expand into more renewable energy projects such as solar and EV charging stations,” Guarracino said.
JM Electrical’s ability to adapt to and embrace evolving technology has undoubtedly helped them succeed in Boston, where innovation occurs at a breakneck speed.
“The Boston market…is constantly changing and new areas are continually being developed as startups, pharmaceuticals and institutions are looking to expand,” Guarracino said.
In a climate of innovate or die, JM Electrical has managed to not only remain in business, but thrive.
Stay tuned to JM Electrical’s Channel on BostInno for the latest updates.