GBCA member Shoemaker Construction Co. was the construction manager for both the Seven Tower Bridge and Hamilton Lane office fit-out projects.

From the Philadelphia Business Journal:

Nearly three weeks ago, Hamilton Lane moved into its new headquarters in the recently completed $112 million Seven Tower Bridge in Conshohocken.

The building joins Sora West, a newly constructed headquarters for AmerisourceBergen that is just steps away, as well as a series of multifamily developments under construction in the borough. All told, these may be among the last large-scale projects built in Conshohocken, bringing to a close the more than three-decade development cycle that reshaped this Montgomery County community. …

The number of prospective tenants looking at Seven Tower has picked up during the last 60 to 90 days with interest coming from diverse sectors, [Doug Fleit, CEO of AREP] said. Part of the appeal is that tenants are increasingly looking to upgrade into buildings that have modern systems that improve air quality and tamp back germs. The building received the Well Health-Safety Rating as well as Fitwel certification.

That along with the residential options and new $13 million train station under development helps make Seven Tower a compelling option, Fleit said. “It’s not a hard sell for us at this point in time,” he said.