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The Board of this growing Southeastern Pennsylvania credit union decided that to serve its members in Western Delaware and Eastern Chester Counties more conveniently, it would open a branch office at the intersection of US Routes 1 and 322.  The site chosen contained an existing modular branch bank building.

The focus of the architectural work was to modernize the building to accommodate banking in the 90's and to soften some of its original prefabricated character.  An addition was designed to house a handicapped-accessible vestibule and a drive-up ATM.  The fiberglass-paneled building was given a new brick face to match the addition.  The interior was completely redesigned to accommodate the credit union's functions and to place the members' visual focus on the solidity of the building's vault.

The original building was completed in 1994.

In 2011, Sun East Federal Credit Union hired Dever Architects to be their Owner's Representative during the construction of a new larger branch office building at this same location.  Dever Architects worked with the Design / Build Contractor and Owner throughout the construction phase of the new building and demolition of the original building, which remained opened until the final weeks of construction.  The new branch opened on February 27, 2012.

 
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