Northern Credit Union breaks ground for new relationship center in Adams

ADAMS, NY  – Northern Credit Union broke ground at the location for its
new relationship center in Adams.

The new building will be conveniently located on County Route 178, just off of I-81 to provide easier access to our southern Jefferson County members and those who frequently travel on I-81.

Construction is expected to be completed by late Spring 2019.

The new relationship center will enhance member convenience with a self-service area featuring two Personal Tellers with ATM functionality. In addition to these technological improvements, members will still be greeted by the same friendly faces and receive the same personalized service they’ve come to expect from our Adams Member Relations team. The interior will also feature an automatic
coin machine; two offices to connect members directly with lenders and advisors through secure video chat; a conference room that features the same technology; a children’s play area and refreshment zone; and a tablet-equipped waiting area.

The exterior will feature three drive-thru lanes including three Personal Tellers that can also be used as ATMs.

“We’re elated to make this significant investment for members in southern Jefferson and northern Oswego counties and hope they will enjoy their modern relationship center and convenient new location,” said Dan St. Hilaire, President/CEO of Northern. “True to our core values, we’re committed
to investing in the communities in which we do business, and we’re proud to have sponsored the community concert series, Cheddar Cheese Festival, and several other great community initiatives throughout the year. We’ve enjoyed being an active member of the Adams community for the past 26 years and look forward to years to come at our new location.”

Members of Northern’s leadership, facilities, Adams Member Relations teams and board of directors; GYMO, P.C., site architect and engineer; and Hueber-Breuer, construction company, celebrated by breaking ground with the first shovelfuls of dirt.