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Timberline Construction Completes Roll Out of JPMC Branches in New England

Timberline Construction Corp. has completed the roll out of several new retail branches for JPMorgan Chase in New England.

The construction management firm has completed the new construction of several ground-up, freestanding banking centers in Salem and Portsmouth, N.H.; Woburn, MASS.; and Cranston and Warwick, R.I. The interiors of these new locations include a mix of light woods, black metal, tile and natural light. Timberline has also installed updated security technology, along with the latest AV equipment.

“JPMC is determined to become an industry leader and has invested in the construction of bank locations to keep up with demand,” said Timberline Construction in a press release. “Gone is the stuffy feeling of banks past, with customers able to enjoy all the latest technology that has been installed in a casual environment.”


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