Originally chartered as The Haskell County State Bank in 1937, Centera Bank is an independent community bank with branch locations throughout Western Kansas, including the towns of Sublette, Satanta, Greensburg, Dodge City, and Minneola. In 2007 an ef-5 tornado hit greensburg, destroying most of the town including the local centera bank branch. 



PROJECT LOCATION
Greensburg, Kansas

COMPLETION DATE
March 2010

ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN FIRM
GMCN Architects

GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Wiens & Company

PHOTOGRAPHY
Courtesy of Centera Bank

At the interior, the lobby soars with a high ceiling featuring clerestory lighting and lowered wood panel ‘clouds’, while intimacy is created by a sitting area and waveforms suspended over the teller line. The vault door is mounted in stone, imparting beauty and strength. The surrounding offices and conference room lend a subtle warmth with an elegant decor viewed through wood trimmed borrow lights.
— Wiens & Company Website