Hills Bank and Trust Company, Cedar Rapids
This new bank branch is two stories with a walk-out basement. It has a steel and wood frame with a brick and stone veneer and a metal standing seam roof. Inside, the building houses eight offices, four teller windows, a precast vault, a clerestory for daytime lighting, and a large community room on the lower level.
The new bank also features four drive-up lanes. A geothermal system heats and cools the building. A unique feature of this project is the retaining wall that cuts through the site. It is 18 feet tall in some areas.
Architect – Brost Architects & Planners, Ltd
Gross Square Feet – 13,328
Start Date – May 2009
Completion Date – January 2010
Client – Hills Bank and Trust Company
131 Main Street
Hills, Iowa 52235
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