Work at Torrington Savings Bank, an historic fixture of the city’s downtown, was completed in two stages. The main lobby was renovated first, delivering a new teller line, office suites, millwork upgrades, new flooring and enhancements of the building’s 19th century elements: tin ceilings, lighting and ornamental rails and gates.
A 12,000-square-foot addition followed, built on a footprint adjacent to the main bank building. Work included demolition and the construction of a curtain wall connector and a new building featuring additional ADA accessibility, a board room, executive suites and offices for back-of-house staff.
Phase Zero Design
Construction Manager at Risk
4,500 SF Renovations
12,000 SF addition