Financial

Trigon has enjoyed an ongoing relationship with AVB Bank (formerly Arkansas Valley State Bank). Over the past few years, Trigon has constructed 3 branch banks in Tulsa and Broken Arrow. We are familiar with banking equipment and specialized construction related to financial facilities. Our financial projects have included cost estimating, constructability reviews, project scheduling and budgeting, bidding, award, major site work, on-site construction management, and project closeout.
AVB - Stonewood Hills
This AVB banking facility is located in Stonewood Hills development, anchored by the Broken Arrow Bass Pro Shop. The facility was designed in the same southwest mission style as the other 2 branch banks (also constructed by Trigon). Many of AVB's customers were used for the various trades in appreciation for existing banking relationships. The facility was completed on time and under budget.
AVB - South Broken Arrow Branch
The South Broken Arrow Branch Bank was the first branch bank since the original downtown bank was established in 1905. The Southwest Mission design of this facility set the standard for the subsequent development of 2 more branch banks.
AVB - 51st & Mingo
This was the 2nd branch bank Trigon constructed for Arkansas Valley State Bank. This Southwest Mission Style Bank consists of a brick and cast stone exterior with a green metal roof simulating Spanish tile. The Mission style interiors consist of custom woodwork, granite counters, decorative tile floor patterns, and custom lighting fixtures. The exterior has nice landscaping and includes a putting green for banking promotions.

Testimonials

Trigon made the building process efficient and manageable and the end result...spectacular!
Rebecca Collins, VP
Operations & Facilities
AVB Bank
Wow, what a breath of fresh air. It was indeed a pleasure to work with Trigon on the construction of the branch bank facility. All too often, we are placed into relationships with contractors and/or other design professionals that are less than ideal. Struggles over authority and accountability are all to common in our profession and have almost become the norm. It is refreshing to work with building professionals who understand the things we architects feel are important.
Scott Ambler, AIA
Ambler Architects