Retail Portfolio

With Florence Electric, you can always expect customer dedication, experience and expertise to provide the highest level of professionalism.

Jordan’s Furniture Warwick, RI View Details
Shaw’s Star Market Roll Out Dedham, MA View Details
Wegmans Newton, MA View Details
  • Location Warwick, RI
  • Industry Retail
  • Size 130,000 sq ft
  • Solutions Electrical Installation
  • General Contractor:  Dimeo Construction, Providence, Rhode Island
  • Architect:  RBK and Associates
  • Engineer:  BER Inc.

Our team was part of making Jordan’s Furniture’s 130,000 square foot, state of the art store that is in the Warwick Mall.  For this fast track project, which only lasted 3 months, we installed LED lighting throughout the entire space, and we installed the power and control lighting for a theatrical water show.  Throughout the project, we had 40 of our team members working double shifts to get everything done in a timely manner.

  • Location Dedham, MA
  • Industry Retail
  • Size 80,000 sq ft
  • Solutions Electrical Installation
  • General Contractor:  Top Tier Development
  • Architect and Electrical Engineer:  Harriman Associates

In 2015, our team completed the first of a Roll Out series with Shaw’s Star Markets.   This project  was 80,000 square foot that was done during a night shift, because it was required that the store be open for business during the day.  This required our team to be extremely neat and efficient throughout the duration of the project.  The job included all new lighting, many new hot food bars, a new gourmet cheese case and a sushi bar in the A La Carte area.

  • Location Newton, MA
  • Industry Retail
  • Size 100,000 sq ft
  • Solutions Electrical Installation
  • General Contractor:  Wegmans Construction

This 100,000 square foot project was done for Wegmans in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  The job was a tenant fit-out fit which consisted of a large grocery store with a full wine shop.  The grocery store is on the ground level of a five story building that has all of its power sources on the roof.  This meant that our team was powering the entire store from the roof.  The store had the one of the most complex electrical systems that we have encountered with power walls, motor control system, VFD’s, motor starters and many other advanced electrical systems.