Architects Omaha | Jackson Jackson and Associates

"People from the bank industry consider the layout extremely ideal.  The banking people are impressed with the smooth flow of work and convenient location of banking equipment, etc...these are indication of the special effort that your firm put in to your projects."  Michael K. Guttau, President and Chairman of the Board – Treynor State Bank

Cornerstone Bank
Main Building

Project Location: York, Nebraska

Completion Date: Phased from
                               1982 to 2009      

Size:  47,300 sq. ft.
          24,600 sq ft. addition     


Brief Description:    

One of the most prominent buildings on the square in York, Nebraska, is the five-story Cornerstone Bank building, constructed on the west side of the square.  This main headquarters bank consists of 47,300 sq. ft. with a 24,600 sq. ft. four-story addition for the trust department, investments, insurance and farm management department  and one floor of vacant space for future growth.  The main bank includes a spiral staircase connecting the three lower levels and a glass walled elevator climbing the buildings’ exterior wall.  The lower level was designed for bank operations, the first floor for consumer banking; the second floor for loan offices; the third floor for trust department and electronic banking; the fourth floor for executive offices and operations; and the fifth floor for board room, dining room and training center.

Energy conservation was a major consideration using gold reflective glass, ventilating type light fixtures, and a new system of radiant ceiling panels for heating comfort and accurate control.

6912 North 97th Circle
Suite 1
Omaha, NE 68122


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