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Capital Bank

Miami, FL

Zyscovich Architects worked with Capital Bank to relocate their downtown branch to an historical space located in the Alfred I. Dupont Building, Miami’s first downtown skyscraper. The building required restoration as well as a new overlay of modernity in function and technology to serve the needs of Capital Bank.

The issue of furnishings and equipment was a major concern regarding appearance and historic compatibility. Throughout the planning and relocation, the firm worked very closely with asset management companies, bank staff, construction managers, contractors, furniture purveyors and relocation companies to ensure the transition was as subtle and efficient as possible.

Zyscovich Architects was also engaged to develop a strategic relocation analysis and create a plan consolidating more than 200,000 SF of banking facilities within leased spaces into space within buildings that the bank owned. Capital Bank required a complete interior design strategy, from feasibility studies to a relocation analysis of their existing departments and projections of future growth. Departments included Domestic and International Lending, the Trust Department, Bank Branches, and a Post-Recovery Center as well as Executive Offices and backroom departments.

KEY FEATURES

Relocation Analysis

Interior Design

Consolidation Plan

Construction Documents

FF&E Selection

Space Planning

Renovation

Historic Restoration

Zyscovich Architects worked with Capital Bank to relocate their downtown branch to an historical space located in the Alfred I. Dupont Building, Miami’s first downtown skyscraper. The building required restoration as well as a new overlay of modernity in function and technology to serve the needs of Capital Bank.

The issue of furnishings and equipment was a major concern regarding appearance and historic compatibility. Throughout the planning and relocation, the firm worked very closely with asset management companies, bank staff, construction managers, contractors, furniture purveyors and relocation companies to ensure the transition was as subtle and efficient as possible.

Zyscovich Architects was also engaged to develop a strategic relocation analysis and create a plan consolidating more than 200,000 SF of banking facilities within leased spaces into space within buildings that the bank owned. Capital Bank required a complete interior design strategy, from feasibility studies to a relocation analysis of their existing departments and projections of future growth. Departments included Domestic and International Lending, the Trust Department, Bank Branches, and a Post-Recovery Center as well as Executive Offices and backroom departments.

KEY FEATURES

Relocation Analysis

Interior Design

Consolidation Plan

Construction Documents

FF&E Selection

Space Planning

Renovation

Historic Restoration