SOUTH DAYTON - Cattaraugus County Bank has broken ground on its newest office.
Located at 517 Pine St., South Dayton, the new 2,300-square-foot building will provide customer access and service through three indoor teller stations and one ADA-compatible service window, a new accounts area, a manager's office for private financial discussions, a conference room for meetings and loan closings, computer access for customers, an employee kitchenette and restrooms.
In addition, there will be a drive-thru lane, a drive-up ATM for express service, a night drop, parking and a hitching post. The branch will be a full-service branch with a full staff. Construction is expected to be complete by mid-September. When construction is complete, a grand-opening party will take place for all Cherry Creek and South Dayton friends and families.
Pictured, holding shovels, from left, are Karen Strickland, South Dayton mayor; Bruce Hendericks, Cherry Creek Village Board member; Barb Hodges, Cherry Creek deputy mayor; Sal Marranca, Cattaraugus County Bank president and chief executive officer; and Robert Irwin, CCB chairman of the board. Also pictured, from left, are Bob Pease, Peter Illig, Bob Mattison, Bert Dohl and Denny Adams, members of CCB’s board; Susan Jantz; Gary Brecker, South Dayton code enforcement officer; Joni Simcick, CCB senior vice president and chief operations officer; Max Pickard, CCB senior vice president and chief lending officer; and Cathy Riley, CCB AVP and Cherry Creek/South Dayton manager.
"Unifying our existing branches in Cherry Creek and South Dayton and building a state-of-the-art facility was an absolute necessity," said Sal Marranca, Cattaraugus County Bank president and chief executive officer. "Those offices are in dire shape and in need of replacement. In 2012, our 110th year of business, we are pleased we can bring to the area an appealing, modern facility. And, this new facility comes with expanded hours of operation. I'm pleased to announce it will be open on Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The dynamic of our strong, independent bank forms the foundation for our vision as a community bank that was born to serve our customers a bank that was built to endure. We salute our faithful and loyal Cherry Creek and South Dayton customers as we grow in their communities and share this legacy"
PW Campbell, a family-owned-and-operated planning, design coordination and construction management company based in Pittsburgh, was chosen for the design and construction of the building.
Cattaraugus County Bank is an FDIC-insured, state-chartered, independent, community bank. From Jan. 2, 1902, Cattaraugus County Bank has established an unprecedented record of fiscal integrity and sound financial growth, which now totals more than $190 million in assets. CCB's main office is located in Little Valley, with eight branch offices.