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Trustmark Fondren

Trustmark’s new financial center in Fondren provides financial services to the community along with tenant space on the second floor. The design intent was to create a building that blends with the massing and scale of the historic Fondren district.

The center is divided into four zones each with a unique purpose. They include the banking center, the financial service area, with regional and wealth management services, tenant office space, and the community area. The financial center and banking operations are located on the ground level; street access is positioned on the corner at street-level allowing for access from the public right away. The ground level is raised from the street on a plinth for the events area. The event area also serves as the facility parking and was designed for outdoor activates and access to the ground level public lobby.

+ is a dynamic team working together

rob_farrRob Farr, Principal in Charge
david_burnetDavid Burnet, Project Manager
ethan_warrenEthan Warren, Architect
dennis_schwarzauerDennis Schwarzauer, Design
ben_fultonBen Fulton, Mechanical Engineer
david_luterDavid Luter, Mechanical Engineer
jesse_browningJesse Browning, Electrical Engineer
katie_jo_chaneKatie Jo Chane, Interior Design
clark_wellsClark Wells, Landscape Design
“Since we opened our North Jackson branch right across the street in the Morgan Center in 1950, Trustmark has been steadfast in our support of helping this community grow and prosper. Our new Trustmark Fondren office will stand as a testament to that partnership, and we look forward to serving our customers, neighbors and businesses in Fondren for years to come.”

– Jerry Host, Trustmark CEO

design spotlight

The Retail Branch was designed with a new way of banking in mind. Transparency and warmth were key design elements. The sliding glass entrance doors were incorporated into the design to stand open and provide a less intimidating welcome into the banking world. Informal meeting spaces and glass front offices make the banking experience more inviting.