The Georgetown Savings Bank project was a complete interior fit out in a branch that had relocated to a strip mall in North Andover, MA. We worked with a strategic partner to provide all exterior signage in the bank’s established logo and palette. We also rebuilt the outside, including the addition of a cupola on the roof that transformed the appearance of the building. The project took two and half months in total.
The interior was almost completely empty. We demolished one wall across the back, hung sheetrock throughout the interior, and proceeded to transform the space into a lush, modern bank branch. The branch staff are situated behind a curved, open pod-like counter, fitted with a cash recycler. There’s a stand-up station on the right side, and a handicap counter on the left side with a chair so people can sit down. Above the curved branch counter is a round soffit with a drop ceiling. This complements the spotlights, pendant lighting and branding wall, which are all built into that immediate area. The millwork was finished with vinyl woodgrain in a warm, mid-brown finish called Arbor Myrtle.
We installed three large flat screen TV’s, a tech bar, and a coffee center adjacent to the conference room. There are two internal offices, plus a conference room. The bank logo is featured in the decorative glass doors. There’s also a break room with a kitchenette and two bathrooms, and a storage room.
The graphic community wall is one of the most prominent features of the branch. It is effectively a map of all the surrounding counties, with logos and other imagery fixed into it. The wall covers the length of the building, extending from behind the teller line, through the Greenway Business Resource Center, through the conference room at the back of the branch.
The lobby features a check desk on the wall, an ATM and a night deposit box. There’s a graphic logo on the wall surrounding the ATM. There’s carpet in all public areas, and vinyl tile in work areas.