IBEW Local 103 and Local 7 Iron Workers Join West of Chestnut Project Team


Congratulations to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 103 and Local 7 Iron Workers, who have joined the project team for West of Chestnut – the $60 million residential and commercial development that will transform downtown Quincy.

West of Chestnut, located in Quincy Center, will feature 169 luxury apartment units and about 12,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.  Amenities include a top-of-the-line fitness center, cross-training studio, a club suite with a lounging media room, a dog-wash room, and an outdoor fireplace and courtyard.

“West of Chestnut is the first of several new developments that will help transform downtown Quincy, and a project that will offer outstanding amenities, vibrant urban living and convenient access to the Red Line, commuter rail and many bus routes into and around Boston,” said Damian Szary, a principal with Gate Residential.  “We are pleased that these local workers will be participating in this important and exciting project for Quincy.”

Weymouth-based Aldon Electric, a member of IBEW Local 103, was awarded the electrical work for West of Chestnut. Aldon Electric President Allen Mullaney is a resident of Quincy.

In addition to IBEW Local 103, Local 7 Iron Workers have begun to erect the steel podium for the 169-unit residential apartment and retail development. Local 4 Operators and Local 1421 Building Wreckers also played a key role in the demolition and excavation work onsite for West of Chestnut.

Read the full online story at PatriotLedger.com.

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