Waukesha State Bank starts work on Menomonee Falls branch

Freeman Staff

Nov. 8, 2019

Pictured from left to right are: Marynell Costa, Waukesha State Bank senior vice president - construction consultant (retired); Ann Pascavis, Waukesha State Bank CFO, Pat Witkowiak, Waukesha State Bank vice president – operations manager; Matt Carran, Menomonee Falls director of Community Development; Ty Taylor, Waukesha State Bank president & CEO; Fred Stier, Stier Construction president; Jerry Wick, Menomonee Falls Chamber of Commerce president; Toni Gumina, Menomonee Falls Chamber of Commerce executive director; state Representative Janel Brandtjen, Wisconsin state Assembly District 22; and Dan Shepard, Waukesha State Bank executive vice president.
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WAUKESHA — Waukesha State Bank held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for its new office in Menomonee Falls at N83-W15424 Appleton Ave. The office is scheduled to open in the summer of 2020.

“We are very pleased to soon serve Menomonee Falls’ vibrant and growing community with our newest office,” said Ty R. Taylor, president and CEO of Waukesha State Bank. “We’re confident that we can meet the expanding needs of Menomonee Falls’ residents and businesses with our one-on-one, personalized approach to banking and our comprehensive list of products and services.”

The new 5,546-square-foot, full-service office was designed by AG Architecture and will be built by Stier Construction. The space will feature an open concept design that includes meeting and private office facilities as well as 2,233 square feet of leasable prime tenant space.

This office is specifically designed with the community in mind and will include a 711 square foot community room that can be utilized by area non-profit organizations for free. The Menomonee Falls office will be Waukesha State Bank’s 14th in Waukesha County, and construction is scheduled to begin immediately.