The office will be part of a new development off the I-41 corridor and will replace the current Fox Valley branch, which it acquired in 2016 as part of its merger with The Business Bank. The new branch is scheduled to open in fall of 2021.
“We’re excited to be able to build a larger, more convenient bank that will offer an even better banking experience for our customers and the community, while giving us the opportunity for future growth,” said Tim Schneider, Investors Community CEO and co-founder.
Many of the materials used in this building, such as the stone and metal, will be locally sourced, the bank said. The building will be energy-efficient, using solar heat and reflective roofing to limit energy use from heating and cooling. It is also designed to work with the environment, so as not to disturb the surrounding wetland.
“The new, welcoming bank design will provide an extraordinary customer experience while aesthetically aligning with both our corporate brand look and the look of our neighbors,” Schneider said. “It is also an investment in the Fox Valley region that shows we are committed to serving the financial needs of the area for the long term and building long-lasting relationships.”
Nolan Carter Architectural Design, based in Green Bay, is architect for the project. The general contractor is RODAC, which is based out of Hobart.
The $1.5 billion Investors Community has branches in Manitowoc, Appleton, Green Bay and Stevens Point, Wis., and LPOs in Eau Claire, Darlington, Fond du Lac and Sheboygan, Wis.