Evergreen Bank, Hinsdale - Upscale Retail Bank Center

evergreen bank hinsdale lobby

A dynamic interior build-out for this new 11,186 SF Retail Bank Center in the upscale Grant Square Shopping Center in Hinsdale.  MHC provided design-build services for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing components.  The project for Evergreen Bank Group also included a separate drive-thru bank facility within the center. 

Natural finishes are showcased throughout with an abundance of wood, glass, metal and stone.  Porcelain tiles with a wood look define the main traffic areas, while patterned carpet tiles are artfully placed in the business spaces.  Conference rooms and offices offer full visibility through floor-to-ceiling glass walls.  Pendant light fixtures hang above the teller tower, relax area and Evergreen Coffee House to add visual interest.  A vintage bank vault is prominently displayed against a wood-clad wall in the main service area.  A Community Room is available to the public for meeting space, while unique amenties include a complimentary professional shoe shine station, "The Vault" golf simulator, an internet work coffeehouse, and a Discovery Area with large-screen interactive kiosk to learn about the bank's products and services. 

This was the third branch project constructed by MHC for Evergreen Bank Group, with the previous two located in Evergreen Park and Oak Brook.

Evergreen Bank Group is a locally owned and managed full-service Illinois chartered commercial bank, focused on the relationships they build with both personal and business clients, and aslo the communities in which they serve.

MHC's construction team included Executive Vice President/Partner Ben Warriner as Project Executive, Senior Project Manager/Team Leader Andy MacMillan and Project Superintendent Tom Sawa.  Interplan, LLC in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois provided the architectural design services.  The community bank also worked with DBSI, Inc. out of Chandler, Arizona to develop a design and strategic customer experience that breaks the typical mold in branch transformation.  Every element was thoughtfully planned to achieve a specific objective.