Framingham, Massachusetts – DPS Group, a privately-held global engineering, procurement, construction management, validation (EPCMV) and technical services company serving the life science industries, announced that it has expanded his office at the Spring Mill Creative Campus located at 1020 Spring Mill Avenue in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.

DPS moved into a converted warehouse on the Spring Mill campus, featuring 20-foot ceilings, large windows, exposed ceilings, and plenty of collaborative spaces.

Serving high-tech industries worldwide, DPS Group provides full-service engineering across a range of disciplines including project management, procurement, design, construction management, health management and Safety, Commissioning, Qualification and Validation (CQV) and Installation Begin. To reach the Philadelphia office, please call (267) 201-6334 or email [email protected]

“We are thrilled to be in our new, larger office space at the Spring Mill Creative Campus,” said Ryan McDonough, senior vice president of project operations for DPS’ Philadelphia office. “The new office better accommodates our growing team and allows us to hire additional resources to continue providing industry-leading support and service to our life science customers. The new space allows us to foster collaboration and innovation between team members and projects. »

Since acquiring Spring Mill in April 2019, Alliance HP has spent more than $10 million upgrading the property, creating first-class amenities including a first-class fitness center and tenant lounge, improved common areas and functional upgrades. Alliance will spend an additional $5 million on capital projects as part of a second phase of renovations to complete the transformation of Lee Tire’s former manufacturing blueprint into a creative Class A office building. Throughout the renovations, Alliance has incorporated branding elements honoring the property’s industrial history.

“DPS Group is exactly the type of tenant we wanted to attract when we acquired and committed to completely renovating Spring Mill,” said Richard Previdi, CEO of Alliance HP. “Given the industrial history of the property, we are thrilled to see tenants like DPS choosing to locate their Philadelphia headquarters here, contributing to innovation in a meaningful way. We look forward to continuing to attract innovative “new economy” tenants to Spring Mill. »

Frank Palopoli and Paul Garvey of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant in this transaction while Pat Brady and Ryan Fitzpatrick of JLL represented the landlord.

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