FINANCIAL FINANCIAL

COMMUNITY BANK MAIN OFFICE

ARCHITECT:

ELEY GUILD HARDY ARCHITECTS

PROJECT LOCATION:

MOBILE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

White-Spunner Construction provided general contracting services for construction of the 13,000-square-foot Community Bank headquarters in 2013. The project was completed one month ahead of schedule and included construction of a 2-story bank building with an elevator and parking lot.

This single-story, 6,668-square-foot project includes a lobby, customer lounge, conference area, vault, drive-thru, ATM vestibule and office space. The building is constructed of wood and steel framing with brick and stucco exterior and decorative parapet elements.

HANCOCK BANK – DAPHNE

ARCHITECT:

WHL ARCHITECTS

PROJECT LOCATION:

DAPHNE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

The Hancock Bank in Daphne is 5,650 square feet and was built with wood and metal framing and finished with brick and stucco. White-Spunner Construction has completed three projects for Hancock Bank, including the first location on Dauphin Street in Mobile, Alabama, as well as a branch on the Eastern Shore in Spanish Fort and another location on University in Mobile.

“We would like to thank you and your great staff for basically putting us in business in Alabama by providing quality branch facilities while embracing a relatively short construction schedule. A successful project reflects strong leadership and commitment to excellence. White-Spunner construction displays those traits, and we, our customers and community are the ultimate winners. Your professionalism and dedication to these projects directly enhanced our capability to enter the Mobile and Baldwin markets quickly along with the ability to display the strong and secure image of the century old Hancock Bank.”

— Steven D. Barnett, Senior Vice President
HANCOCK BANK

NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE (NBC)

ARCHITECT:

WALCOTT, ADAMS, VERNEUILLE

PROJECT LOCATION:

FAIRHOPE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

WSC completed construction of this coastal NBC branch in just seven months. At 5,900 square feet, the bank showcases numerous elements designed to complement historic buildings in downtown Fairhope. Its exterior facade features rough brick with mortar joints that were left unraked. The hardscape was designed to protect and preserve the large existing magnolia and live aak trees by using underground rain retention, pervious concrete and pervious pavers within the drives and sidewalks. As a Tree City, Fairhope emphasizes natural foliage, and NBC’s landscaping was designed to exceed the city’s expectations. Large magnolias, pond cypress and running ground cover were used to create a lush, natural setting. The bank’s interior finishes also contribute to its historic aesthetic, including slate flooring with mosaic accent tiles at the entrance. Throughout the building, 11-foot ceilings are mixed with revealed-edge acoustical tiles and 1×6 wood v-groove with crown molding in the lobby, foyer and conference rooms.

REGIONS BANK RSA TOWER & EXECUTIVE OFFICES

ARCHITECT:

PKA ARCHITECTS

PROJECT LOCATION:

MOBILE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

White-Spunner Construction completed the interior finish for three floors in the RSA Tower for administration areas for Regions Bank. Designed for the bank president and executive staff, the office areas also included a catering kitchen, an assembly room and a deluxe board room. This project was part of a $60 million project for RSA, which also included the historic restoration of the Battle House Hotel and construction of the new parking deck and spa.

White-Spunner Construction completed a Regions Bank branch with a teller area and vault in the lobby of the RSA Tower in downtown Mobile. Details included stone floors, pre-finished architectural wood work, frameless double glass doors with frameless side-lights and overhead transoms.

HANCOCK WHITNEY BANK MAIN OFFICE

ARCHITECT:

HOLMES & HOLMES ARCHITECTS

PROJECT LOCATION:

MOBILE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

This 37,500-square-foot main office of Whitney Bank features traditional architectural design and includes a full-service branch, administrative personnel offices, an international department, trust services, commercial bankers, mortgage lenders and cash management services. A negotiated project, White-Spunner Construction partnered with Whitney Bank and Holmes & Holmes Architects to give the owner a high-end facility within budget and on schedule. White-Spunner Construction has completed branches for Whitney Bank in Foley, Alabama and in Daphne, Alabama.