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NEWS &
EVENTS

Citizens Bank had a large community turnout for their open house and ribbon cutting that was held on Saturday, January 21, 2012, for their newly remodeled bank in Brodhead, Kentucky.  The bank will officially be open for business on January 23rd, 2012.

During the ribbon cutting ceremony Mr. Corey Craig, Citizens Bank President/CEO spoke about the bank's history and it's commitment to the serving the community.  He also thanked everyone that made the renovations possible.

Citizens Bank underwent a complete renovation and reconfiguration of the interior and exterior.  The bank was wanting to make the interior more modern and functional for the community and the staff.  To achieve more office space, a larger lobby and relocate the teller line to a more convenient area in the bank load-bearing walls were removed and replaced with new piers, columns, and structural beams.  Although the square footage of the building remained the same it gave the appearance that the bank had been expanded. 

The exterior of the building also received major changes that included the brick veneer being removed and replaced, a new shingle roof, new sidewalks and the construction of a tower entryway.  There were new arched windows that were added throughout the building that gave it a more stylish and fresh appearance.

The Branscum Construction Team's dedication to excellence has allowed Citizens Bank to provide a modern financial institution to serve the community's need.  The Branscum Construction Team consisted of David Milam, project manager and Jim Gibert was the project superintendent.

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What Clients are Saying About Branscum

“Branscum Construction recently completed a renovation of a portion of Lexington Avenue Baptist Church Facilities. The company was great to work with, they made the process of renovation a very smooth one. Communication was very good. Housekeeping in the renovation areas was great. Lexington Avenue Baptist Church’s experience with Branscum Construction was excellent.”

—Jack Godbey, Chair Lexington Avenue Baptist Church