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Interstate Credit Union Announces Renovation of Branch Office In Douglas, Georgia

Interstate Credit Union recently announced that renovations are underway for its new branch office in Douglas, Georgia, located at 1401 Bowens Mill Road S.E., near the intersection of Bowens Mill Road and Gaskin Avenue.

“We are excited about the opportunity to join the Coffee County community,” says Stacie B. Branch, Interstate Credit Union’s President and CEO. “We are thrilled to be here and to be a part of the growth and development of this area. We encourage all members of the community to come ‘experience a better way to bank’ with Interstate Credit Union.”

The existing 5,000-square-foot, single-story building will be refreshed with striking blue walls and gold accents that complement the Credit Union’s logo. There will also be an addition of a 3-lane drive-up canopy and a thru-wall ATM for added customer convenience. A new monument sign and concrete sidewalk will also be added.

The interior will be remodeled to include a sophisticated, comfortable waiting area, new transactional teller line, five offices, a break room, and a future call center. The new interior design will feel modern and welcoming, with cool tones of blue throughout, along with clean white accents and hints of gold to carry the Interstate Credit Union branding into the interior of the building.

Founded in 1968, Interstate Credit Union serves its community as a local not-for-profit, member-owned cooperative, where customers truly are members and help to personify the Credit Union’s people-first approach to banking. The full-service financial institution offers everything from small personal loans to 30-year mortgages, and has offices in Jesup, Baxley, Midway, Hazlehurst, and Brunswick, Georgia.

Eclipse Brand Builders was selected to provide turnkey design-build services for the project, including architecture, engineering, interior design and full-time on-site construction management. Eclipse is executing the construction of the project using local sub-contractors and local suppliers for all labor and building materials through a competitive bid process, keeping construction dollars in the community.