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Business Observer Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 10 months ago

Bank completes $30 million headquarters project

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The office is on six acres in Fort Myers.

FORT MYERS — The new headquarters of FineMark National Bank & Trust, a $30 million project on the site that formerly housed The Atrium Executive Center, has been completed.

Fort Myers-based Stevens Construction oversaw the project, at 8695 College Parkway in Fort Myers. The complex, on six acres, is a three-story, 60,000-square-foot, tilt-wall building. Interiors include custom millwork, tray ceilings, white oak trim, custom lighting and glass mosaic tile, according to a statement. The building also features a soaring 30-foot lobby adorned with white oak and tile ascending to the ceiling, pendant chandeliers, artwork and porcelain tile.

The bank also has a community room with a 200-inch projection screen, tray ceilings, surround sound, dimmable lighting and power window shades, in addition to a full commercial kitchen and natural gas generator. 

Stevens Construction provided preconstruction services for 12 months prior to construction starting in October 2019, the release states. The Stevens Construction team on the project included Daniel Adams, project executive; Mike Brooks, project manager; Dan Kenyon, superintendent; Dan Oak, project engineer; and Rebeccah Cabana, project administrator. The architect of record is Studio+ and Clive Daniel Home provided interiors.

Demolition of the existing building on site began June 2, 2019, and construction began Oct. 17, 2019. FineMark, with more than $2.5 billion in assets, acquired the site for nearly $6 million.

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