Springfield, MO

From the Ground Up: Arvest Bank

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Owner/developer: Arvest Bank
General contractor: Morelock-Ross Builders Inc.
Architect: Hight-Jackson Associates PA (Rogers, Ark.)
Engineers: Lee Engineering Inc., civil; HSA Engineering Consulting Services Inc. (Fort Smith, Ark.) structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing
Size: 8,000 square feet
Estimated cost: $2 million
Lender: None
Estimated completion date: Dec. 15
Project description: Arvest Marketing Officer Michael Gandy said the branch is being built to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-Silver standards with similar energy-saving elements – such as dual-flushing toilets – to those used at Arvest’s National Avenue and Chestnut Expressway location. Arvest’s 11 employees at its Bradford Parkway office – including Branch Manager Mindy Bransfield – plan to move to the Fremont Avenue branch, Gandy said. Arvest recently opened a fourth Springfield location, its eighth in the region, at 3184 E. Sunshine St.

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