FineMark National Bank Headquarters

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The FineMark Bank headquarters serve as the flagship of this recently formed bank. FineMark’s business model is to provide full service private banking to a high echelon of clientele. The interior space houses the bank’s officers, lenders, investment advisors and all customer service amenities. Construction was completed in May 2008.
General guiding principle: timeless – traditional with a fresh approach
Interior style principal: established bank grand look with high end wood interior architecture, interior colonnade with arcade, quality granite floors, wood paneling in the lobby and high ceilings
Material use principal: high quality, durable materials and finishes that express the high class and excellence of a well established banking organization
Day light principal: openness and transparency to exterior and between interior spaces
Lighting principal: functional, energy efficient, and healthy; mostly indirect lighting with motion controlled and programmable systems; accented by sophisticated sconces and chandeliers of high quality and superior aesthetics

Fifth/Third Bank Building

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The Fifth Third Bank Building serves as the bank’s Lee County headquarters. The 48,000 square foot, four story building which also provides additional lease area of 33,000 square feet, is the anchor of a 7.5 acre office park, developed on the NW corner of Daniels and Metro Parkways. The construction consists of architectural pre-cast cladding on a steel frame, with extensive use of curtain wall glazing systems. The office park and building are being developed by Antaramian Development Company.

Chico’s World Headquarters

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Gora/McGahey designed a 33,000 S.F. addition and created a new space plan for existing office space to accommodate the needs of this rapidly growing, publicly traded company. Internal communication between many departments, as well as external communication with over 200 stores nationwide and suppliers and manufacturers worldwide shaped the building organization. Internal skylit streets with formal and informal conference areas and bistros encourage team work, while state of the art video conferencing and computer data systems link the headquarters with the rest of the Chico’s world.The addition being built under a construction management delivery system. Construction was completed in January, 2001.