Transforming ideas into realities.
The names and faces of your TruEdge team are the same from your first meeting through long after your branch is up and running. You’ll never wonder who to call.
At TruEdge, your project will never be passed like a hot potato from one team to the next, losing critical time and information along the way. Seamless workflow equals faster, smoother, more cost-effective projects.
Best practices from our industry, the latest software and tools, and proprietary processes combine to place tight controls on budget and schedule.
When you partner with TruEdge, you’ll notice that we do things differently.
Make TruEdge your first call. We’ll work with you from Day One to make the best decisions for the next chapter in your credit union’s story.
Our process lets you see the end, even at the beginning.
Detailed, holistic scope and cost planning up front translates to budget and schedule accuracy at every stage.
- Project Assessment & Start Up
- Deep Dive Custom Evaluation
- Branch Network Optimization
- Location and Demographics
- Long Range Facility Planning
Every design begins with a blank canvas.
Geography, member demographics, credit union history and mission… these factors and many others inform design and explain why no two institutions will ever look and feel the same.
- DBIA Pre-Construction Services
- Schematic Design
- Design Development
- Construction Drawings
- Contract Administration
Dependable. Skilled. Precise.
We build safe, lasting structures that enhance communities and the lives of members, staff and their families. We meet this responsibility with a relentless passion for excellence and quality.
- General Contracting
- Project Management
- Artwork & Accessories
- Exterior Signage
- Bank Equipment
- CCTV, Alarm, Card Access
- Structured Cabling
- Permit & expediting
- Staff integration and training
- Experience Modeling
- And more…
Some firms see limitations and say, “It can’t be done.” We see limitations and say, “Let’s get creative. Let’s see how many ways we can solve this.”