BANKS / FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
WSKF Architects' expertise in the design of financial institutions dates to the 1960s when founder Dr. Homer L. Williams designed a drive-up facility in Junction City, Kan. Since then, our firm has desiged more than 100 projects across the Midwest. Our portfolio includes large multi-state institutions and headquarters and branches for community banks. As drive-through lanes, ATMs and today's high-tech banking stations have reshaped building design and banking operations, WSKF has consistently been an innovator. Our experience includes new facilities, renovations and additions, adaptive reuse, reinforcing bank brands through building design and technology needs. In 2010 Dr. Williams published "Building Type Basics for Banks and Financial Institutions," a first-of-its-kind authoritative book on bank design.