Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. (Griffin Electric), a leading electrical subcontractor throughout New England and the Southeast, has completed the electrical installation work at Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.’s new cleanroom facility in Lexington, Massachusetts.
The 50,000-sf facility was renovated to accommodate the development, testing, and manufacture of viral vectors in order to treat patients suffering from rare diseases. The in-house scientists, QC specialists, and production teams are using GMP practices in the company’s state-of-the-art lab space to accelerate the production of new drug therapies.
On-site, the Griffin Electric team was responsible for providing temporary power during construction of the cleanroom. In addition to powering the facility, Griffin supplied lighting services, including fixtures and controls, and set up the wiring for the tele/data systems. The Griffin team also installed additional systems for fire alarm, clock, lightning protection, and security within the facility.
Skanska USA Building, Inc. of Boston served as the project’s general contractor, working directly with architectural and electrical engineering firm DPS Engineering of Framingham.
A proven leader in the electrical contracting business for more than four decades, Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. is headquartered in Holliston, Massachusetts, with regional offices in Pelham, Alabama, Duluth, Georgia, Charlotte, North Carolina, and Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. ENR (Engineering News-Record) ranked Griffin Electric 25th in its 2019 listing of the top 50 national electrical contractors and 1st in New England for electrical contractors and specialty contractors. The company employs nearly 1400 individuals. For more information, please visit www.waynejgriffinelectric.com.