Responsible for tracking design and construction projects for the Architectural Management Office (AMO). Manages the architectural construction check sets through the review process and distributes comments back to the manager as required for compliance to standards. Reviews and evaluates CAD and/or Revit drawings for egress, general code compliance and reasonable design and construction detailing including the review and coordination of construction check sets from outside consultants. Serves as a point of contact and communication for the consultants, contractors, local banks, internal departments and AMO during the phases of the construction projects. Works closely with the entire team to meet the stated goals of AMO.
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• Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural or Engineering field or equivalent relevant education required.
• Three (3) years of experience in construction project coordination, or facility coordination required.
• AutoCAD and/or Revit experience required.
• Experience with mechanical systems, telecommunications, security systems, bank equipment and/or purchasing preferred.
• License in Architecture, Construction or Engineering preferred.
The story of Arvest is one of commitment started by our founders, an intense dedication to focusing on the customer. This philosophy has remained the same during our growth from a small bank to a group of community banks able to provide a complete range of financial services.
The Arvest story begins with The Bank of Bentonville, which had $3.5 million in deposits when purchased in 1961; followe...d in 1963 with the acquisition of an even smaller bank in the nearby town of Pea Ridge, Ark. In 1975, another bank was purchased in the neighboring town of Rogers, and for almost a decade afterwards, these banks, each locally managed, were the entire banking network now known as Arvest.
In 1984, the company entered an expansion phase by purchasing First National Bank of Siloam Springs (Ark.). In 1986, it purchased McIlroy Bank & Trust in Fayetteville, Ark. During the next two decades, the bank expanded its presence within its home state and in neighboring states through acquisitions in Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. By 2006 the bank was operating more than 200 branches. It had also adopted the name Arvest Bank for all of its 15 community banks and grown assets to more than $7 billion.
Since that time, the bank has further expanded, including the Springfield, Mo., and Greater Kansas City markets, and today has more than 250 locations that are part of 16 locally managed banks in more than 120 communities. Total assets now exceed $16 billion, and Arvest is the largest bank in Arkansas in terms of deposit market share.
From a small bank in a small town to a regional bank in towns both small and large, Arvest has and will continue to remain true to the principles and practices that have made it successful in order to guide its future. We will always be active and involved members of the communities we serve and we will always work to put the needs of our customers first as we continue to fulfill our mission - People helping people find financial solutions for life.