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September 17, 2018

Merrimack Valley Gas Crisis

McDonald Electrical was eager to help the Merrimack Valley communities affected by the gas crisis in anyway we could. This past weekend we hooked up a generator to a trailer for the Andover Fire Chief who was still without power. Proud to be able to assist where we can during this traumatic time.

June 29, 2018

The Underpass Lighting Project

The new lights of the Beyond Walls Underpass Lighting project in Lynn, MA now brighten and bring visually compelling color changing lights that contribute to pedestrian safety as well as delight the eye. We were pleased to be a part of this project and celebrate its completion!

June 20, 2018

Cathedral Of The Holy Cross Undergoes First Renovations In 150 Years

Glad to be apart of the historic transformation of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. Nice to hear mention that “It’s going to be a bright place, it’s going to be filled with light” that our team is currently working on. Cathedral Of The Holy Cross Undergoes First Renovation In 150 Years

June 11, 2018

3 Blue Hills Reg. Students Get Local 103 Training Scholarships

3 Blue Hills Reg. Students Get Local 103 Training Scholarships Tom Cooney, Vice President, was proud to award Electrical Training Scholarships from IBEW, Local 103 to three graduating seniors from Blue Hills Regional Technical School who studied electrical.

March 16, 2018

McDonald Electrical Completes Electrical Construction of The Harlo,1350 Boylston Street in Boston’s Fenway

Architect: Stantec, Boston, MA; EE: Cosentini, Boston, MA; GC: Skanska Construction, Boston, MA; Owner: Skanska USA Development, Boston, MA McDonald Electrical Corp. (MEC), based in Hingham, MA, has completed electrical construction of The Harlo, a new luxury 17-story residential tower located in the heart of The Fenway neighborhood at 1350 Boylston Street. The 183,000 square-foot building houses 212 boutique-style apartments, Continue Reading

October 1, 2017

McDonald Electrical Completes Harvard Kennedy School of Government Campus Transformation Project in Cambridge

Cambridge, MA – McDonald Electrical Corp., based in Hingham, MA, has recently completed comprehensive electrical construction services for the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) of Government Campus Transformation Project. The 91,000 square-foot expansion project is comprised of classrooms, dining, office and collaboration space within three new structures which connect to four existing HKS buildings. The project included the infill construction at Continue Reading

July 15, 2017

McDonald Electrical Completes Emerson College Dining Hall Renovation, 120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

Teams with Architect: Elkus Manfredi, Boston, MA; GC: Lee Kennedy Co, Inc., Quincy, MA; EE: Vanderweil Engineers, Boston, MA Boston, MA – McDonald Electrical Corp. (MEC), based in Hingham, Massachusetts, has completed the comprehensive renovation of Emerson College’s new two-floor dining hall, located at 120 Bolyston Street in Boston. The project scope included the installation of a new electrical distribution Continue Reading

January 15, 2017

MEC Power Group Installs 345kV Structure at Mystic Generating Station

MEC Power Group, the high-voltage division of McDonald Electrical, furnished and installed a two-pole H-frame structure at Mystic Generating Station to increase the ground clearance of an existing 345kV transmission line. Two 85-ft steel poles with base plates were set on concrete spread footings, with a 43-ft long W-beam cross-arm to support the existing 795 ACSR conductors and shield wires. Continue Reading

February 25, 2016

McDonald Electrical Completes Fast-Track 115,000 SF Electrical Renovation and LogMeIn Office Expansion at 333 Summer Street, Boston

Boston, MA – McDonald Electrical Corp. (MEC) has completed the comprehensive electrical renovation project at 333 Summer Street, including the tenant fit-out of expanded offices for software connectivity company, LogMeIn, in Boston’s Seaport district.  The project scope comprised MEC’s installation new base building’s power and electrical distribution systems, interior lighting and lighting control, and life safety/fire alarm systems at the Continue Reading