October 21, 2014
9:33 pm

Honor CU Plots Centralized Ops Center in Berrien Springs

Honor Credit Union will invest in a new 30,000 square foot centralized Operations Center in Berrien Springs in a bid to unify the organization's entire support team and give them easy access to the highway.  Honor's CEO is Scott McFarland, and he says, "Uniting all of our operational support team members in one facility that is centrally located in the county with easy expressway access is important to the organization."  

The modern new facility, depicted in an architectural rendering accompanying this story on Moody on the Market.com, will sit on a parcel of land just north of the U.S. 31 highway exit at Berrien Springs comprising just over six acres in total.  The rendering was provided by Jeff Klymson of Collective Office, the architecture firm that designed it.  Construction will be handled by Collective Office and EC Moore of Berrien County.  Completion of the 30,000 square foot center is anticipated by the spring of 2015.  The existing St. Joseph retail branch will remain in place and will receive updates of its own once the operations center is complete.

At the moment, Honor's operational support is split between multiple offices in Berrien County.  By creating a centralized approach, the Credit Union will be able to provide an even higher level of service to its members while at the same time capturing efficiencies for the organization.

The increase in space will give Honor the ability to better support the retail branch network, new technology, and leverage efficiencies to the communities and the members served.  

Honor Credit Union is a member-owned financial institution with $470-million dollars in assets.  They currently provide solutions for financial success to more than 41,000 members in 14 Michigan counties.  They have been proud to call Berrien County home for 79 years, taking great pride in working and service a broad array of communities in Michigan.
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