The latest and largest of the current design model for modern banking. This facility boasts 7,279 sf of banking space. Although duplicating the South Campbell facility, which includes an “experience center”, lounge area, children’s interactive area and single teller station, the interior architecture was modified to include luminous floating light “clouds”. There is an abundance of low-E insulated glass around the perimeter with cantilevered aluminum shades.
The second installment of a new banking concept and experience. The new design was the first to implement an “experience center”, lounge area, children’s interactive area and a single teller’s counter allowing multiple employees to accommodate all in-person banking requirements. This building of 5,272 sf elevated the new banking concept (which began at their East Sunshine facility) to a new level. Interactive phones and i-pads are provided by the bank to assist users and clients in their personal banking experience. The interior architecture mimics the East Sunshine facility with curving acoustical aluminum panels inset between arching glulam beams.
Marshall-Waters-Woody was instrumental in helping Mid-Missouri Bank create a new banking image for Springfield, Missouri. This full-service bank was the latest in 10 new building projects that Marshall-Waters- Woody designed for Mid-Missouri Bank. This building represents a new presence on the east side of Springfield and signals a new commitment to the Springfield market. This facility is a 6,410 sf building initiating a new concept in customer banking. The construction includes synthetic stone, cement board siding and aluminum panels, with the roof being standing seam metal and single-ply fully adhered membrane. The lobby has clerestory windows around the entire perimeter and provides for a large, open space.
This project consisted of an infill and renovation to an early-twentieth century building, which was the original Great Southern branch bank in Springfield, Missouri. Removing, exposing and repairing many years of renovations, and utilizing the existing drive-thru lanes brought this building back to life. The project included a central lobby, walk-up and drive-thru tellers, tellers work room, safe deposit room, conference room, break room and multiple offices along with shared accessible toilets for the other tenants within the building.