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CoVantage Credit Union held a ribbon cutting at it new Wausau Office located at the corner of Stewart and South First Avenue on Tuesday.

The branch opened on Monday.

CoVantage has completed an extensive redesign of the exterior and renovation of the interior of the former Associated Bank building it purchased early in 2015. The renovation project started in May 2015 with the goal of providing a more updated look that is consistent with CoVantage’s brand.

“We are pleased to have this new location in Wausau which is large enough to support our growth for many years to come,” Brian Prunty, CEO of CoVantage Credit Union, said. “It’s also exciting that we were able to revitalize an existing downtown structure. Investing in and being a part of the communities we serve is very important to our credit union. CoVantage’s board and staff look forward to growing our organization and offering the financial value our credit union is known for, to even more individuals and businesses in Marathon County.”

The remodeled building, which is located just south of CoVantage Credit Union’s existing First Avenue office, provides 21,000 square feet of operating space. The first and second floors were renovated, while the third floor has been reserved for future growth. Staff and equipment from the existing First Avenue branch were relocated to the new building. A final decision on the disposition of the existing First Avenue facility has not yet been made.

The newly renovated facility has six inside teller windows, safe deposit box vault, four drive-up lanes, as well as a drive up ATM that can be used surcharge free by all CoVantage members. The branch offers a full line of consumer, mortgage, business loan and deposit services.

Miron Construction of Wausau performed construction management services, while Mudrovich Architects provided architectural and engineering services for the project through construction.

CoVantage Credit Union, with headquarters in Antigo, has $1.2 billion in assets, serves 83,000 members, and employs 325 staff across all of their locations. Founded in 1953, the financial cooperative serves members living or working in 18 counties in Wisconsin and two counties in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
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CoVantage Credit Union President Brian Prunty, Miron Construction Project Manager John Nitzsche, and Wausau Branch Manager Chad Baumgardt clipped the ribbon at the revamped Wausau office Tuesday.

CoVantage opens Wausau facility
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CoVantage Credit Union held a ribbon cutting at it new Wausau Office located at the corner of Stewart and South First Avenue on Tuesday.

The branch opened on Monday.

CoVantage has completed an extensive redesign of the exterior and renovation of the interior of the former Associated Bank building it purchased early in 2015. The renovation project started in May 2015 with the goal of providing a more updated look that is consistent with CoVantage’s brand.

“We are pleased to have this new location in Wausau which is large enough to support our growth for many years to come,” Brian Prunty, CEO of CoVantage Credit Union, said. “It’s also exciting that we were able to revitalize an existing downtown structure. Investing in and being a part of the communities we serve is very important to our credit union. CoVantage’s board and staff look forward to growing our organization and offering the financial value our credit union is known for, to even more individuals and businesses in Marathon County.”

The remodeled building, which is located just south of CoVantage Credit Union’s existing First Avenue office, provides 21,000 square feet of operating space. The first and second floors were renovated, while the third floor has been reserved for future growth. Staff and equipment from the existing First Avenue branch were relocated to the new building. A final decision on the disposition of the existing First Avenue facility has not yet been made.

The newly renovated facility has six inside teller windows, safe deposit box vault, four drive-up lanes, as well as a drive up ATM that can be used surcharge free by all CoVantage members. The branch offers a full line of consumer, mortgage, business loan and deposit services.

Miron Construction of Wausau performed construction management services, while Mudrovich Architects provided architectural and engineering services for the project through construction.

CoVantage Credit Union, with headquarters in Antigo, has $1.2 billion in assets, serves 83,000 members, and employs 325 staff across all of their locations. Founded in 1953, the financial cooperative serves members living or working in 18 counties in Wisconsin and two counties in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
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CoVantage Credit Union President Brian Prunty, Miron Construction Project Manager John Nitzsche, and Wausau Branch Manager Chad Baumgardt clipped the ribbon at the revamped Wausau office Tuesday.
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