Delta Community Credit Union has just completed construction on its latest branch in Newnan in Georgia. The spacious and open floor plan features high, sweeping ceilings and few enclosed offices.
Interior view of Delta Community Credit Union’s latest branch in Newnan, Georgia.
Level 5’s conceptual rendering of the project. Pretty accurate depiction, don’t you think?
“They incorporated our branding and retail merchandising elements throughout the Newnan branch, both internally and externally.”
— Rick Foley, CEO/Delta Community
Level5, also based in Georgia, was the design-build firm on the project. This is the 12th branch project Level 5 has done for Delta Community.
The branch is the first to incorporate what they call “energy efficient features,” although press releases touting the project only list three:
- Energy-efficient, blue-tinted glass
- A “cool roof” comprised of white thermoplastic olefin, reflecting solar radiation rather than absorbing it
- “Air foil” sunshades help keep interior temperatures down.
Note: This project was not submitted for LEED “green certification.”
The credit union occupies 10,000 of the building’s massive 100,000 square feet. Delta is leasing the remaining 80,000 as medical and professional offices. A 10,000-square-foot atrium in the middle of the structure connects the credit union with the rest of the building.
Delta Community is the largest credit union in Georgia, with 174,000 members and more than $2.8 billion in assets. Initially founded to serve the employees of Delta Air Lines, the credit union now has a 10-county community charter around the greater Atlanta area.