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The 3Rivers Federal Credit Union at 1615 Northland Ave. plans an open house today.

3Rivers opening new headquarters

Charlie Keller, a credit union member, completes a banking transaction with service representative Alex Nolt.

3Rivers Federal Credit Union has scheduled an open house for 10 a.m. today, the culmination of a $15 million investment in its Northland campus, off Lima Road.

The project included construction of a 26,000-square-foot corporate headquarters, which includes the Northland branch. The existing building was fully renovated and now includes space for a call center, support staff and a drive-thru. The landscaping includes outdoor seating areas and a walking trail.

“The completion of our Northland campus better positions 3Rivers to work collaboratively and more efficiently by having our service and support teams centrally located to better serve current and future members,” CEO Don Cates said in a statement.

In the past 12 months, 3Rivers has opened branches in Auburn and Bluffton. It also opened local offices on St. Joe Center Road and downtown in The Harrison building.

3Rivers employs 255 in 18 branches, which serve more than 67,000 members.

– Sherry Slater, The Journal Gazette