Breaking ground for Bank First National



Bank, contractor and city officials (left to right) Jeremiah Lederer from Edgewater Plumbing, Mike Koenig of Koenig Construction, Rich Hepner of Kubala Washatko Architects, Plymouth Mayor Don Pohlman, Stuart Blanke of Land Steward Enhancements/Willow Wood Acres, Liz Miller, Todd Neils, John Mueller, Neil Koch, Kelly Fischer, Deb Weyker, and Kathy Blanke of Land Steward were on hand recently when Bank First National broke ground for their new office located on Eastern Avenue in Plymouth. Mike Koenig Construction is the general contractor of the project, which is expected to be completed by early 2018. The new building will utilize space for a more efficient layout for the bank to better service customers. The Kubala Washatko Architects will be assisting in the design and planning process and Miller Engineers & Scientists will be aiding in the geotechnical and site plan engineering. Currently located at 2323 Eastern Ave., Bank First established itself in the Plymouth community when it acquired the former Dairy State Bank in 1999. “The support from the Plymouth community over the years has allowed Bank First to grow and develop meaningful relationships with local families and businesses. The construction of a new branch is our way of reinvesting into what Dairy State Bank started and continuing its legacy of providing high-quality community banking,” stated Todd K. Neils, Plymouth market president. Submitted photo Bank, contractor and city officials (left to right) Jeremiah Lederer from Edgewater Plumbing, Mike Koenig of Koenig Construction, Rich Hepner of Kubala Washatko Architects, Plymouth Mayor Don Pohlman, Stuart Blanke of Land Steward Enhancements/Willow Wood Acres, Liz Miller, Todd Neils, John Mueller, Neil Koch, Kelly Fischer, Deb Weyker, and Kathy Blanke of Land Steward were on hand recently when Bank First National broke ground for their new office located on Eastern Avenue in Plymouth. Mike Koenig Construction is the general contractor of the project, which is expected to be completed by early 2018. The new building will utilize space for a more efficient layout for the bank to better service customers. The Kubala Washatko Architects will be assisting in the design and planning process and Miller Engineers & Scientists will be aiding in the geotechnical and site plan engineering. Currently located at 2323 Eastern Ave., Bank First established itself in the Plymouth community when it acquired the former Dairy State Bank in 1999. “The support from the Plymouth community over the years has allowed Bank First to grow and develop meaningful relationships with local families and businesses. The construction of a new branch is our way of reinvesting into what Dairy State Bank started and continuing its legacy of providing high-quality community banking,” stated Todd K. Neils, Plymouth market president. Submitted photo

Most recent cover pages:













Poll
POLL: Do you think Elkhart Lake made the right decision in not allowing Strawberry the pot-bellied pig?:

Copyright 2009-2018 The Plymouth Review, All Rights Reserved

Contact Information

113 E. Mill St., Plymouth WI 53073
Local: 920-893-6411 Toll Free: 1-877-467-6591
Fax: 920-893-5505