Homeland Power & Utility Underway with Sanofil Office Electrical Renovation at 45 New York Avenue, Framingham, MA

NECA Greater Boston contractor on project team with GC: GenCon of Charlestown, MA

May 18, 2022 – Danvers, MA – Homeland Power & Utility’s Commercial Division, headquartered in Danvers, MA, is underway with the comprehensive electrical fit-out/renovation of Sanofil’s offices at 45 New York Avenue on the bio-pharma company's campus in Framingham, MA. The tenant fit-out project scope entails Homeland’s installation of power distribution, lighting and lighting control, and fire alarm systems, as well as low-voltage network communications systems in the 4,000 square-foot office located on the first floor of the two-floor Sanofil laboratory facility.

Project Manager Marc Santino and General Foreman Bob Caldwell are supervising Homeland’s crew of IBEW Local 103 electricians and technicians in the fast-track project. The project commenced in April 2022 and is on schedule for completion in June 2022.


Published articles referencing the project:
High-Profile, May 18, 2022
New England Real Estate Journal, June 3, 2022

Homeland Power & Utility nears completion of a 5-Mile Transmission Line Rebuild project in Northern Maine

December 15, 2021 – Bangor, ME – Homeland Power & Utility is nearing completion of a transmission line project in northern Maine. The project entails construction of a 5-mile off-road transmission line rebuild project for a utility client. The Homeland Utility Division's scope has entailed clearing and widening a new right-of-way (ROW), setting 49 new double and triple-pole structures, and pulling over 27,000 feet of conductor, static, and OPGW (fiber cable). Homeland was responsible for all environmental controls and matting. All old structures and wire were wrecked out by Homeland. The new transmission line ties into an existing substation. The project will be completed in early 2022.

Homeland Power & Utility completes Downeast Maine Roadside Distribution project

October 18, 2021– Bangor, Maine – The Utility Division of Homeland Power & Utility, based in Bangor, Maine, has completed a roadside distribution project in Downeast Maine. The project scope entailed Homeland’s total rebuild of energized overhead lines along a two-mile stretch of Route 1. Homeland’s field crew, comprised of six IBEW Local 104 journeymen linemen and two apprentices, provided installation of 32 new poles and anchor sets, and a new conductor. Homeland’s reconductoring phase of the project comprised a 3-phase, 34.5kV top circuit and a 12.5kV distribution line under-build. The fast-track 10-week project was completed as scheduled in mid-June. Project Manager Brandon Matthews and General Foreman Matt Grant headed the Homeland utility team.

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