Advantis Credit Union's new campus building. (Source: Advantis) Advantis Credit Union’s new campus building. (Source: Advantis)

Just south of Portland, Ore., on the other side of the Willamette River, you’ll find Oregon City. The small city has been home to the $1.9 billion Advantis Credit Union for nearly 100 years. More than six of those years has been spent working on a 12-acre, 76,211-square-foot campus to bring its back-office staff, who’ve been dispersed in different locations around the metro area, to one location.

Like most plans, the plans to finish the campus for its more than 230 employees were delayed a bit by the COVID-19 pandemic. But, on March 16, credit union executives, employees, members of its board and local officials gathered to officially usher in what Advantis called a unique moment in the credit union’s history.

Michael Ogden

Editor-in-Chief for CU Times.

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