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    Park Cities Bank

    Park Cities Bank | Architecture | Programming / Strategic Planning | Interior Design | Construction Administration | Graphics

    Park Cities is a full service two-story financial institution with three lanes for motor banking services. Interiors include walk-up tellers area, offices, loan area, Class I deposit vault, board room and community conference room. Exterior materials include limestone, masonry and a copper roof.

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    Comanche National Bank

    Comanche National Bank | Architecture | Programming / Strategic Planning | Interior Design | Construction Administration | Graphics

    The growing ranching and equestrian community around Cool, Texas, 42 miles west of Fort Worth, was the impetus for a new branch of Comanche National Bank. As a result, the mostly-rural nature of the clientele dictated a different atmosphere and site plan from a typical urban bank. The free-standing building is clad with indigenous reddish-brown millsap stone. Storefront windows and a standing-seam metal roof add to the home-grown look of the structure. Security was a top priority with a true vault, a secure safety deposit room and “buzz-in” electronic lobby doors. With much of the local population employed in the ranching, horse, and oil and gas businesses, the four drive-thru lanes, ATM lane and turn-around areas are wide enough to accommodate wide-load pick-up trucks and trailers.

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    Texas Bank/Compass – Colleyville

    Texas Bank/Compass – Colleyville | Architecture | Construction Administration | Programming / Strategic Planning

    Full service branch bank with a five lane motor bank and ATM, three station counter, offices for account officers, vault, conference room, and support spaces.

    The facility is a signature building type in the “Texas Regional Style” as defined by its characteristic stone façade, cast stone support elements / accent bands, gabled metal roof, and exposed wood elements.

    The lobby divides the building into its two functions. The tellers can monitor motor bank traffic while also serving the walk-up customers.

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    Texas Bank – Medical District

    Texas Bank – Medical District | Architecture | Construction Administration

    Full service branch bank with a four lane motor bank and ATM, four station counter, offices for account officers, vault, conference room, and support spaces.

    The facility is a signature building type in the “Texas Regional Style” as defined by its characteristic stone façade, cast stone support elements / accent bands, gabled metal roof, and exposed wood elements. The lobby divides the building into its two functions. To the east are the offices while the teller stations are to the west. The tellers can monitor motor bank traffic while also serving the walk-up customers.

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    Southwest Bank

    Southwest Bank | Architecture | Programming / Strategic Planning | Interior Design | Construction Administration | Graphics

    Southwest Bank began with a vision to provide excellent personal service and to brand each branch with a distinctive stand-alone building. In keeping with that vision, this branch is a 16,300-square-foot, two-story building at a busy intersection near DFW International Airport. The building is readily identifiable with a traditional red brick exterior accented by native stone that rises vertically from an off-set front entryway to a cornice element above the roofline. A vertical window grid accented with eyebrows and gray brick give the bank a solid, time-honored appearance.