Designed to celebrate its roots in the timber producing areas of Washington, the remodeled Timberland Bank in Aberdeen features new heavy timber truss canopies to signal the banks location to those traveling through town and provides shelter to pedestrians along Broadway. The branch was expanded into the adjacent tenant space, increasing its size from 2,050 sf to nearly 4,000 sf. The interior design brings the wood elements of the exterior into the lobby of the bank and includes a new teller line that integrates the bank’s new technology and provides better visibility for the employees. Glass office fronts provide privacy for the staff while maintaining access to the street view and light of the exterior windows. Careful phasing of the work allowed the bank to maintain operations throughout construction.