MBTA Greenbush line

  • 18 mile commuter rail service from Boston to Scituate
  • Four year project that never missed a deadline and stayed within original budget
  • Installation of the electrical power and lighting systems for the new railway system
  • Installation of power and lighting systems at seven commuter stations spanning the towns of Braintree, Weymouth, Hingham, Cohasset and Scituate
  • 48 commercial power service drops for grade crossing equipment, signal instrument huts, track heaters and decorative bridge and roadway lighting
  • Installation of the 13,000 volt primary service for the commuter train layover facility located in Scituate
  • Install 1,600 amp track receptacles and feeders which the commuter trains plug into when not in service
  • New traffic signal installation to help control and relieve congestion at passenger stations and upgrade existing traffic equipment to interface with MBTA rail road signals and local town police and fire departments
  • 25 electricians were required during peak construction periods. Ten electricians remain on-site daily.

Location: Boston-Scituate

Project Value: $500,000,000.00

Contractor: Sullivan & McLaughlin

Date of Completion: