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  Old National Bank

Architect

Potter & Associates Architects PLLC
333 East Main Street, #500, Louisville, KY 40202
www.potterandassociatesarchitects.com

General Description

Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Date Bid: Apr 2006 Construction Period: June 2006 to Jan 2007
Total Square Feet: 5,477 Site: .82 acres. Number of Buildings: One.
Building Size: First floor, 5,477; total, 5,477 square feet.
Building Height: First floor, 20’7”; total, 20’7”. 
Basic Construction Type: Steel Frame/New.
Foundation: Reinforced, slab-on-grade. Exterior Walls: Brick, Arriscraft stone veneer. Roof: Membrane. Floors: Concrete. 
Interior Walls: Metal stud drywall.

Construction Team

Structural Engineer: Stanley D. Lindsey & Associates, Ltd. - 5500 Maryland Way, #250, Brentwood, TN 37027
General Contractor: Kelley Construction Inc. - 3560 Bashford Avenue, Louisville, KY 40218
Electrical & Mechanical Engineer: Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. - 1534 Ormsby Station Court, Louisville, KY 40224
Civil Engineer & Landscape Architect: Gresham Smith and Partners - 101 South Fifth Street, #1400, Louisville, KY 40202


Old National Bank

Old National Bank, which is headquartered in Evansville, Indiana, expanded into the Kentucky market in 2003 and selected Potter & Associates Architects to design their local branches. Old National Bank opened this new prototype facility in Louisville, Kentucky in 2007. The site is located in a suburban neighborhood with retail facilities on each side and a hotel on the rear of the site. The bank was an anchor tenant and complimented the site with a contemporary design. The new facility contains offices, a cyber cafe with computers for Internet banking, a financial library, the professional line and drive-through service.

The building is a steel frame structure on a reinforced concrete foundation and slab with light gauge cold-formed metal framing. The exterior is a combination of brick veneer, manufactured stone veneer and EIFS. The storefront and windows are anodized aluminum frames with insulated Low E glazing. The roof houses the mechanical equipment behind screens and the roofing is an EPDM product.

The bank offers concierge service for clients as well as a location to purchase tickets for the Kentucky Center for the Arts events and other local attractions. The plan allows for the use of the conference room for non-banking meetings at night when the bank is closed. Guests have access to the entry foyer, conference room and restroom.

The 5,000-square-foot facility is arranged with conference room and cyber cafe near the entry, the professional line, offices and client suite open into the banking lobby. The financial library and vault are located at the rear of the building. 

The interior design complements the exterior elevations, which include the circular cafe and large windows. The offices have interior glass with custom wood frames to create an open feel. Wood accents occur in the ceilings of the library and professional line. Custom millwork with granite countertops is incorporated throughout the facility. The concierge desk and check writing stand are located in the lobby for customers' use and custom bookcases are included in the library and cyber cafe which also accommodate plasma televisions and custom art glass from a local artist.

The interior finishes include ceramic tile flooring in the entry and lobby, wood flooring in the cyber cafe and woven carpet in the offices, client suite, library and conference room. Warm paint finishes are inviting to customers and accent the curves of the ceiling.

Decorative lighting is strategically located throughout the facility. The cyber cafe has suspended fabric globe fixtures in the center and suspended glass fixtures over each computer station. In the lobby, suspended glass fixtures are located over the concierge desk and professional line. The curved soffits throughout the bank have concealed fluorescent fixtures that highlight the ceiling design.

Old National Bank is continuing their expansion in Louisville with another banking facility under construction that will be open in spring 2008. 

Manufacturers

DIV. 4: Brick: Glen Gery; Stone Veneer: Arriscraft.
DIV. 7: EPDM: Firestone; Aluminum Column Covers: Petersen Aluminum; EIFS: Dryvit; Insulation: Johns Manville.
DIV. 9: Acoustical & Drywall: USG; Paint: Sherwin Williams; Carpet: Karastan; VCT: Mannington; Wood: Bruce.

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