Large Scale Residential Portfolio

Hotels, condos, senior and assisted living are just some of the many large scale residential project's that Florence Electric specializes in. From the design phase to a complete install, we work for you.

AC Hotel Cambridge, MA View Details
Brightview Senior Living Canton, MA View Details
  • Location Cambridge, MA
  • Industry Large Scale Residential
  • Solutions Electrical Installation
  • General Contractor:   ProCon
  • Foreman:  Steve Sousa

Station Landing in Medford, MA boasts a new 85,000 sf, five-story Marriott AC Hotel. The AC brand is new to the New England area and targets Generation Y consumers seeking a hotel experience with a “designed” sensibility. High end finishes are in all guest rooms along with the first floor meeting rooms, lobby, bar and library areas.

Florence Electric installed all electrical and fire alarm systems. Foreman Steve Sousa completed this $16 million project for Pro Con Inc.

  • Location Canton, MA
  • Industry Large Scale Residential
  • Solutions
  • General Contractor:  ProCon
  • Foreman:  Jimmy Gartman

Brightview Canton, a 160 unit Assisted-Living facility that includes 95 Independent Living units, 40 Assisted Living units, and 25 Alzheimer units, is slated for completion in early summer 2016.

Florence Electric is completing a design/build turnkey installation consisting of power distribution, generator, lighting, and fire alarm system. Kaydon IT is providing the telecommunications wiring infrastructure and low-voltage systems including door security, cameras, telephone, data, television, and audio-visual. In addition, Florence Electric is installing the final connections for all kitchen, servery, pub, and café equipment.

Project Manager, Laura Caron, and Foreman, Jim Gartman, highlighted Kaydon’s solution to approach the install for the facility’s “E” shape:
“Due to the size and shape of the building and the location of the main utilities, our challenge was to install all power  distribution feeders and tele/data feeders to satellite rooms via underground access through the courtyards (as the crow flies) rather than running in the building overhead, down corridors and around to the other wings.”

The community of Canton now has a class A assisted complex on the old AA Will gravel pit site.