A new Qdoba Mexican Grill has opened on Brady Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Designed and built by The Redmond Company, this brand-new building seamlessly blends in with the historic architecture of the trendy Brady Street neighborhood. Featuring an outdoor patio and balcony eating area, the indoor/outdoor design of the building allows restaurant-goers to continue their Brady Street experience, even while inside enjoying delicious Mexican Eats!
Learn more about the Qdoba Mexican Grill project on Brady Street, and see a list of additional Qdoba projects that Redmond has completed.
The Redmond Company is pleased to announce the recent completion of a new ground up 6,500 square foot branch for United Federal Credit Union, located in Fletcher, NC.
The Redmond Company was selected for branding, design, and construction services for this project. This branch is the first to receive the new branded interior design scheme that was developed by Redmond and voted on by the members themselves. Features such as, warm wall colors, rich woods, quartz countertops, floor to ceiling glass walls, and Virginia Ledgestone accent walls, together bring the exterior in. All of these features contribute to the inviting character of the interior composition. Thoughtfully orchestrated visual merchandising and 5 multimedia screens, work collectively in the lobby to present a balanced, dynamic, flexible, and informative brand presentation to members.
United Federal Credit Union has served members since 1949 and has more than 120,000 members worldwide. It manages assets in excess of $1.57 billion. In addition to its nine branches in southwest Michigan, UFCU serves members through locations in Arkansas, Indiana, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, and Ohio.
Learn more about the completed project.
The Redmond Company is pleased to announce the recent completion of two projects for Port Washington State Bank in Belgium and Saukville, Wisconsin.
The Redmond Company was selected for design and construction for this long standing client’s branch remodels.
Belgium’s remodel included both interior and exterior renovations to an existing 50+ year old branch facility. Redmond will bring in some of Port Washington State Bank’s branding elements. The exterior design replaces the dated storefront windows with energy efficient windows that are a better scale for a financial institution and incorporate a new base and sill at these locations. The building is accented with a new EIFS cornice with a new entry canopy in a design that is complementary to Port Washington State Bank’s Cedarburg branch (which was also renovated by The Redmond Company). The drive up canopy also incorporates the new cornice design and a vertical EIFS pier clearly defines the extent of the bank’s branch in relationship to the next door Post Office tenant. On the interior, Redmond has designed (2) new private offices, an updated teller line and waiting area with flat screen TV, an updated employee lounge, and new finishes to incorporate the bank’s brand.
The goal of the Saukville project was to update the interior of Port Washington State Bank’s branch to incorporate technology and create a more inviting lobby space, incorporating elements of Port Washington’s brand. The design brings warmth into the lobby with a new stone fireplace surrounded by natural wood built-ins that highlight PWSB’s marketing materials and PC tablets for customer use. A new comfortable, spacious waiting area is defined by new copper ceiling panels, a design feature from Port Washington State Bank’s Cedarburg branch. A relocated teller line incorporates the warm copper-tone stone cladding and maximizes efficiency between the drive up functions and lobby tellers. New private offices, updated restrooms, and an updated employee lounge give the entire branch a warm, updated feel.