Hoosier Hills expanding Jasper Service CenterNovember 25, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — A construction project to expand the Hoosier Hills Credit Union Jasper Service Center’s second floor space into half a dozen offices, a conference room, a work area and a pair of restrooms is on pace for completion by the end of 2019.
With almost 2,900 square feet of additional space, the service center will be better equipped to serve its nearly 3,000 members.
Chief Retail Officer Andy Fish said the project is key to the busy service center carrying out the credit union’s mission and handling the growth that comes with it.
“We conduct approximately 50,000 transactions each year at the Jasper Service Center, and this project is going to help us continue to improve the services we offer our members,” he said.
A date and other information on a public unveiling of the new space will be announced at a later time.
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