Bank Midwest was looking for more space in their existing New Ulm, Minnesota branch facility. As a result, this new 6,415-square foot ground-up facility will replace the existing branch.
Design and built by The Redmond Company, the new branch facility will implement the bank’s branded designs while paying homage to the former historic building on the site with stone arched windows. A historic marker and park space on the site will commemorate this historic New Ulm residence and the utilization of the re-purposed bricks in the design of the park benches.
The building will use an energy-efficient hot water heating system with in-floor radiant heat, utilizing steam from the city, as its heating source.
Bank Midwest has a strong tradition of incorporating technology into their customer experience. The New Ulm branch will also include multiple retail touch points including a multi-panel touch screen information wall, a large media wall behind the tellers, tablet stations by the waiting area, and an afterhours ITM in the vestibule. The bank’s strong connection to the New Ulm community will be portrayed in a large community mural above the teller pods.
The New Ulm branch will be the 5th project The Redmond Company has completed for Bank Midwest.
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