The Adirondack Trust Co. opened the newly rebuilt Wilton branch at 650 Maple Ave., Wilton in January.
The previous branch, at the intersection of Northern Pines Road, was destroyed by fire in 2017.
The new Wilton Branch interior was designed by Ed Rovetto of Rovetto Design and features a dynamic, curved teller station; high ceilings; exposed wood; and a full-wall rendering of the Adirondacks at sunset by photographer Jonathan Zaharek.
Michael Phinney of Phinney Design was the principal architect, and Munter Enterprises built the branch. It also includes new teller cash recyclers, which officials said will help employees process customer transactions faster.
“It’s great to be back. We’re very excited about our new Wilton branch, and we invite everyone in the community to come and visit,” said Charles V. Wait Jr., Executive Vice President at Adirondack Trust. “The branch has been designed specifically to help us serve our customers even better than before, with new technology as well as a beautiful interior and exterior that evokes the strength of the Adirondacks.”
The Wilton Branch features several amenities like a free Wi-Fi hot spot; contemporary design; a private conference room for customers and staff; a 24/7 drive-up ATM with image capture; and convenient hours, open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, with Saturday hours of 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The branch is managed by Assistant Treasurer Lynette Matt, who managed the branch before the rebuild as well. Also returning to the staff is assistant branch manager Tina Nadeau. They are joined by head teller Jeremy Cottrell, and full-time tellers Saraya Worthen and Shania Savastio.
The ribbon cutting included Wilton Supervisor Arthur Johnson; Adirondack Trust Chairman Charles V. Wait; Adirondack Trust President and CEO Stephan R. von Schenk; Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce President Todd Shimkus; Adirondack Trust Vice President of Facilities and Security Dean Kolligian; Adirondack Trust assistant treasurer and Wilton branch manager Lynette Matt; as well as other ATC staff and community members.