The quality of their work was excellent. It was refreshing to see a company that takes pride in its work and stands behind it.
— T. Cantin, Plant Manager, GW Plastics Incorporated
BI / Lahey in Burlington Massachusetts approached MEC Technologies for their New Transplant Area Conference room. Unlike most typical conference rooms; this room would utilize the latest trend of using Moveable tables (8 in all) to Mimic a traditional Large Conference table. With the added benefit of modern group style configuration possible.
This presented a unique challenge as the mandate was: “No wires on the table”. MEC installed multiple Tri-Element, 360-degree coverage, microphones for Audio Conferencing. This space also incorporates wireless connection for presentation. The additional request was up to 35 people can be present in the space at any one time.
MEC installed a 98” High Definition Display for main viewing coupled with additional side HD Displays for alternative / augmented viewing for all participants. These additional displays can be extended out and articulated for best viewing. The room features the latest in touchpanel control which includes device/display selection and full Audio-Conferencing Control. Lastly, in keeping with state-of-the-art theme, Video Conference (Soft codec) is utilized via USB connection/Camera control.
Currently, this space is the highest technology space available at the facility, and as such, much sought after for booking!
Lowell General Hospital’s mission is providing healthcare that meets the highest of standards. This also holds true for their conference rooms. MEC designed a sleek and intuitive conference room for meetings and collaborative sessions across the network. The room is controlled via Extron’s MLC IP series controller. This keeps meetings consistent and manageable from an IT standpoint. Also included is Crestron’s Airmedia for wireless display within the room and across the network for remote viewing. MEC was a one stop shop for this project, managing every aspect in house from electrical, data cabling, and audio visual programming.
MEC Electrical supported Chapman Construction (General Contractor) with all of the Electrical components needed to complete this new entrance between Tower 2 & Tower 3. With a dramatic 80’ floor to ceiling entry using natural light and spanning 0ver 350’ of new pathway on the ground floor the addition has completely transformed this entrance into Cross Point Towers. MEC Electrical was also involved in the fit-out of all Electrical components in a brand new Fitness Center / Recreation Area on the ground floor at Cross Point. An eye catching and energizing new addition for the Tenants at Cross Point.
MEC Electrical worked alongside Soucy Industries (General Contractor) and provided all the Electrical fit-out for this 13,000’ ground up state of the art Senior Services Center consisting of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Services, Exam rooms as well as Activity and Dining areas a Library and much more. Another wonderful addition to the D’Youville Life & Wellness Community.
Jabra is a global producer of innovative headset and speakerphone solutions. Jabra’s products harness this technology and enable their users to work, live and play on their own terms. When the need came for a space to showcase their products, Jabra turned to MEC Technologies for a solution. Within Jabra’s North American Headquarters, MEC designed an immersive booth that would showcase Jabra’s noise cancelling and headset technology. MEC designed an immersive projection screen and audio system so customers can test out the real world scenarios that Jabra’s products are designed for. This includes a blended projection system using Scalable Display Technologies, Crestron Digital Media, and Screen Innovations Flexible Screen Technology.
This 30,000 square foot facility across three floors is attached to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital —Needham. The cancer center and surgical pavilion consolidate Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s west suburban cancer services into one facility. The full service cancer center includes advanced imaging systems, six new infusion bays, 2- state of the art operating rooms, a Linear accelerator, a radiation oncology suite and access to clinical trials and novel treatments, and an adjacent 2 story parking garage. In order to make additional room for this project the Glover Café was relocated which MEC Electrical also completed.
MEC provided OpenView’s new space with a Cat 6 structured cabling solution providing voice and network access throughout the office. MEC designed an MDF to suit the customer’s needs as well as utilize the available closet space in an ideal fashion. We also provided and installed multiple EVOKO Room Manager Units which run on a single Cat 6 cable using a PoE Solution. These units allow the users to book the room directly on the display through a touch screen which interfaces to a normal calendar, smart phone or tablet. MEC assisted in product selection to ensure the structured cabling receives its 25 year warranty.
Each floor comprised of approximately 24 patient beds in 17 rooms including private and semi-private occupancy with a total of 50 Rooms and 72 beds.
Along with the patient room renovations MEC Electrical also upgraded the nursing stations, med rooms, lounges, hallways and numerous offices and storage rooms with new LED lighting and controls with electrical branch circuitry for the changing needs of today’s health care industry.
Installation was completed in the facility working closely with the Administration and Nursing Staff adhering to their scheduling requirements.
Project schedules can be aggressive in getting the area of the building back up and fully operational in a timely fashion. This requires management expertise, which MEC provides in all of our projects. MEC personnel are held accountable to respect the privacy of clients and their constituents while working in these facilities. Our years of experience have earned us a reputation of trust in the health care industry.
MEC has been working on a number of installations within the UMass Lowell campus including at the Saab Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center. This project required the installation of a Jiplec Jetfirst 200 used in Nanofabrication and Rapid Thermal Processing this machine can process 12′ wafers from ambient to 1,000 degrees Celsius. Working in an extremely sterile Lab environment with protective gear on from head to toe can present a particularly challenging work environment, however, MEC technicians are well versed in these settings.
The Mark and Elisia Saab Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center is a dynamic hub for cutting-edge advances in nanotechnology, nanomedicine, molecular biology, plastics engineering and optics, furthering fields such as life sciences, energy, national security, environmental protection and more.
Outfitted with specialized, high-powered laboratories and equipment, a plastics processing high bay and high-tech cleanrooms, the four-story ETIC will prepare students for jobs in emerging sectors, serve as the site of corporate- and government-sponsored research and foster industry partnerships in the global marketplace.
MEC Technologies is a leader in providing technical solutions for high-end board rooms such as this one for Lowell General Hospital. The Lowell General Hospital Executive boardroom boasts with video/teleconference and presentation capabilities. The room is controlled by a 10 inch Extron touch panel and wireless iPad solution. Users have the ability to easily power on the system and connect to one of the table’s VGA/HDMI locations to present on one, or both of the rooms displays. The front wall features a ninety inch 1080p Sharp LED display with Cisco videoconference camera. A secondary wall mounted LED display on the opposite side gives perfect viewing angles to all occupants. The impressive 26 foot long by 9 foot wide conference room table was off limits to cutting which created a challenge. MEC was able to install custom under-table boxes, housing 120V and USB power, audio and video input connections as well as hidden retractable cables that are easily accessed for use and retracted with a press of a button when finished.
Teleconferencing was completed using wireless tabletop Revolabs Fusion microphones and ceiling mounted directional speakers. The Revolabs Fusion system gives the user up to eight wireless mics that can be placed anywhere on the conference room table.
The Revolabs Fusion mics were the perfect solution for the 25 foot tall ceiling. MEC also provided the electrical and tele/data work for this project which included the Conference Center Entrance and Foyer located on the other side of the boardroom.
MEC Electrical Inc. partnered with Chapman Construction with the 60,000’ square foot fit-out for the North American Corporate Headquarters of Enel Green Power. This project was complex & fast paced delivered to the client in less than six months.
MEC provided the electrical needs for the new helipad located at Lowell General Hospital. The Helipad is adjacent to the ambulance entrance. It serves the area’s only certified trauma center. LED runway lighting was installed for patient and pilot safety.
MEC was contracted to design and build a complete infrastructure upgrade for Lowell General Hospital’s Saints Campus. MEC designed and installed new network rooms throughout the hospital and connected the facility via a new OM4 fiber optic backbone network. Once these rooms were completed MEC had the time sensitive task of installing a new Category 6A wired and wireless network. There were approximately 4,000 connections installed over a 3-month period without any interruption to the existing network. MEC followed strict Infection Control Policies to protect the patients and staff from any potential risks working above ceiling in an active healthcare facility.
MEC Electrical and MEC Technologies worked as sub-contractors to C.E. Floyd Construction on the complete renovation of this 4 story 25,000’ Residence Hall. With an extremely aggressive work schedule MEC completed all electrical components including make safe demolition, a specified lighting package, extensive site lighting and installation of a 175kw Generator. MEC Technologies worked closely with the Babson IT Department and completed all structured cabling requirements including a new fiber backbone connecting all IDF’s to the build out of a new MDF. Also installed was a new Security System and WAP’s for wireless access.