Clayco Building New Marshall Community Credit Union Branch - Clayco

Clayco Building New Marshall Community Credit Union Branch

Emmett Township, MI (May 9, 2008)

Clayco Inc. is design-building a new 5,800-square-foot branch for Marshall Community Credit Union in Emmett Township, Mich., adding to the redevelopment in the nearby area. While also completing the interior finish for the new branch, Clayco is designing this second credit union to serve as a complete full-service location. The facility will feature flat-screen monitors, advertising kiosks, an inside remote teller system wherein members interact with tellers through a video screen, a pneumatic tube system in lieu of a traditional teller line, and a drive-up line that emulates the remote teller system inside the branch. “Our focus is providing the members with the latest, most convenient service delivery methods available,” said Tom Mooney, project director at Clayco and on the Marshall Community Credit Union project. “Clayco’s use of innovative financial solutions at this location will not only continue to assist in the redevelopment of the surrounding area, but it also will provide members of Marshall Community Credit Union with high-level service and accurate transactions for their financial service needs.” The wood and steel one-story structure encompasses the surrounding architecture with Michigan Field Stone around the base and accents of the building. Members of the credit union also will have access to Internet stations, a children’s waiting area and hand-recognition safe-deposit boxes that do not require a custodian to be present. Clayco’s project team includes Paul Barrath, project executive; Debra Sheahan, project estimator; and Mooney. The architect and interior designer is Forum Studio Inc. and the civil engineer is the Marshall office of KEBS Inc. Marshall Community Credit Union was established in 1951 and is a full-service financial institution proactively promoting the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.” Members need to go only as far as their credit union for high earnings on savings, low rates on loans, no annual fee credit cards, home financing…the list of services goes on.