MEC has the proven experience at every stage of project development, our management of projects and responsiveness to fast-tracked scheduling allows our team to start construction as soon as possible after receiving Notice-To-Proceed. From adding a relay to installing overhead catenary, to handling the most technically sophisticated multi-million dollar rail and power transmission system upgrades, MEC is the leading “One Stop” option for all electrical construction needs. We set the standards for budgeting, scheduling, quality and safety.
As part of a joint venture, Mass. Electric Construction Co. completed design verification and construction of Amtrak’s 157-mile electrified high-speed rail segment between New Haven, CT and Boston, MA in 1998. The line included 224 bridges and several tunnels, the longest being the 4,000-foot Back Bay Tunnel in Boston.
This bid-build project involved constructing 19 storage tracks, 5 service and inspection tracks and 4 yard leads to support DART’s expanding rail systems. The work included procurement of the signaling system, overhead catenary system (OCS), and traction electrification system for the storage yard, a service and inspection facility and vehicle wash station.
Mass. Electric Construction Co. (MEC) completed the OCSD VFD Upgrade project ahead of schedule. The project, which was an update to the twenty year old system, included the removal and replacement of three (3) 350 Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) and upgrades to the associated control system for full automation at Plant No. 2.
The Orange Line Phase I – M.I.C. to Earlington Heights Connector project for Miami-Dade County (MDC) was bid on August 1, 2008. Odebrecht-Tower-Community Joint Venture (ODTC) awarded a contract to a Mass. Electric Construction Co. (MEC) led joint venture on April 30, 2009, and issued the Notice to Proceed (NTP) on April 30, 2009, with a contract completion date of April 29, 2012.
The Central Mesa LRT Extension is a 3.1 mile (Double Track) extension of the existing Central Phoenix/East Valley Light Rail Transit (LRT) line from its eastern terminus at Sycamore and Main Streets in west Mesa to a new terminus at Mesa Drive and Main Street in central Mesa. The project will include four (4) new at grade passenger stations and a park-and-ride facility.
The Portland I-205 Extension Project was seven miles of light rail double track along the I-205 corridor east of Portland. As part of Tri-Met’s South Corridor Expansion, an already successful rail network, the project provides MAX Green Line Light rail service by connecting to the existing transit center at Gateway and proceeding south into Clackamas County along a dedicated rail right of way.
The Portland Transit Mall project was a 3 mile light rail project located in the center of downtown Portland. As part of Tri-Met’s South Corridor Expansion of an already successful rail network the project will add MAX green line light rail service to the transit mall by connecting the existing green line crossing Steel Bridge and making a loop along 5th and 6th avenues.
This design build project involves the transit improvements at the historic Denver Union Station making it a multi-modal transportation hub. Construction, which began in February 2010, includes: an underground bus terminal, an eight-track commuter rail station, plazas, relocation of the light rail station, and street improvements. This multifaceted project covering 40 acres in Denver’s Central Platte Valley will integrate rail and bus service, along with taxis, bicyclist and pedestrians, into a dynamic urban center.
The Metrolink Communications and Signals upgrade contract consists of improvements, both capital and rehabilitation, to the Metrolink Railroad spanning 350 miles through five counties in the Southern California Region.
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