Public Service Federal Credit Union - Aurora

New free standing facility built in ahigh traffic shopping area in Aurora, Colorado. Before construction could begin, the existing building was demolished. Construction consisted of spread footings, grade beam, slab on grade, steel frame, brick veneer, EIFS, wood trusses, and a tile roof. Interior service created a full service credit union facility that also included a state of the art security system.

Public Service Federal Credit Union – Aurora

Public Service Federal Credit Union – Aurora

Public Service Federal Credit Union – Aurora

Location

Aurora, CO

Owner

Public Service Credit Union

Architect

Lee Architects/Interior Designers

Services Rendered

  • Developing the right strategy
  • Planning for success
  • Well-oiled construction process
  • Ensuring sustained operations

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