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Pinnacle Bank 84th and Dodge

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Project Type
Financial Services
Multi-Tenant Office

Pinnacle Bank 84th and Dodge

Darland completed a multi-story office building anchored by Pinnacle Bank at the northeast corner of 84th Street and West Dodge Road. The building features a 7,500-square-foot main level with a retail bank branch and space for one additional tenant. The second level includes 9,000-square-feet of additional leased office space.

Modern design and high-end finishes call attention to one of Omaha's busiest intersections. The exterior features brick, perforated aluminum screen wall, solid phenolic panels and zinc metal panels. Interior elements include polished concrete floors; custom wood plank ceilings and screen walls; specialized ceiling baffles; advanced integrated lighting, sound, AV controls and equipment; all glass office entrances; quartz counter tops and 10-foot porcelain wall tiles.

Midway through construction, an adjacent lot became available and Pinnacle Bank opted to extend the building's footprint and create additional parking. Darland worked with the design team and subcontractors to minimize the impact on the project schedule and budget. "It was a huge undertaking, but we worked together to make it happen," said project manager Mike Thomsen.

Neighboring both Children's Hospital & Medical Center and Methodist Hospital, the new bank branch replaces the former location on the southwest corner of the same intersection. At the bank’s grand opening Chairman of the Board, Sid Dinsdale, presented a check to Children’s Hospital and Medical Center marking a new chapter of a longtime relationship. “They do miracles across the street and we’re just proud to be neighbors,” Dinsdale said. 

“Darland has been a valuable partner on many of our projects.” Said Pinnacle Bank Senior Vice President Chris Wendlandt. “Darland goes above and beyond to make sure every detail is perfect. We are thrilled with the final product and look forward to serving our customers at this location for many years to come.”  

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