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Mechanics Savings Bank breaks ground in Auburn

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Terry Bishop; Tim Hebert; Chip Morrison; Dick Roy; Peter Chapman; Debbie Whittle; Auburn Mayor Jonathan LaBonte; Ed Snook; Lewiston Mayor, Robert MacDonald; Jon Oxman; Rick Vail; Stephen Bryant; Judy Johnson; Alan Hahnel; Tom MacDonald

Mechanics Savings Bank has announced they are building a new multi-million dollar campus in Auburn. The plans include a new 4,140 square foot branch on the corner of Minot Avenue and Elm Street. The groundbreaking was held on October 1, 2014 with plans to open the new branch in early summer 2015. The bank will renovate the existing 10,000 square foot office building, with an anticipated completion date of late 2016.

The new campus layout accommodates ample customer parking and green space.
The interior of the new branch will incorporate updates for an improved customer experience.

Mechanics Savings Bank headquarters have been in Auburn, since it’s founding in 1875. “We believe we are making an investment that will meet customer and community needs for the next century”, said Mechanics Savings Bank President, Rick Vail. “We also hope our initiative can serve as a catalyst to begin improving the gateway into the City of Auburn.”

Harriman Architects + Engineers and Hebert Construction have been hired to build the new campus. The services of additional local sub-contractors will be engaged as well.

Mechanics Savings Bank is a full-service community bank with a reputation for its customer-centric culture. Branches are located in Auburn, Brunswick, Lewiston, and Windham. For the third consecutive year, the bank was voted Best Places to Work in Maine, is an Equal Housing Lender, and Member FDIC. For more information, visit www.mechanicssavings.com.

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