FAIRFAX, Va. -- Apple Federal Credit Union has broken ground on its 12th branch in Fairfax County. The Kingstowne branch is slated to open in late 2008.
Attendees of Kingstowne's groundbreaking ceremony included Apple FCU President/CEO Larry Kelly, Board Chairman Virgil B. Harris, Jr., Board Treasurer C. Rodney Clemmons, and Board Directors Joyce Bell, Joseph Lina and Calanthia Tucker.
Apple's state-of-the-art Fairfax County branch will feature cash services, 24-hour walk-up and drive-thru ATMs, a night depository, safe deposit boxes and more. Members will also experience a heightened level of convenience with three lanes of drive-thru banking, the most of any other Apple branch.
To build the facility, the credit union turned to Rollins-PCI Construction, which holds over 16 years of specialized experience building financial branches in the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore region.