COLORADO SPRINGS — ENT Credit Union plans to build a new 30,000-square-foot headquarters on more than 20 acres of land at The Campus at Foothills Farm, a La Plata Communities development near Interstate 25 and Interquest Parkway in Colorado Springs, to support the company’s back-office growth.
The headquarters will house Ent’s centralized operations, including: call center, consumer and mortgage lending, information technology, finance and accounting, human resources, member experience, administration and executive teams, among others. Today, Ent owns and leases space for its back-office operations at its current headquarters, which spans three buildings at I-25 and Woodmen Road in Colorado Springs.
“Although we have more than 30 service centers located along the Front Range, Colorado Springs has been the home of Ent’s headquarters for more than 60 years,” said Ent’s CEO, Chad Graves in a press release. “Maintaining our credit union’s headquarters in Colorado Springs is an investment in the long-term economic health and vitality of the city that we’re proud to call home.”
Plans to break ground on the development are slated for mid-2019.
The credit union hired Shea Properties, developer of Highlands Ranch, the Denver Technological Center and Meridian International Business Center, as development manager. Denver-based Davis Partnership will serve as the architect, Denver-based Acquilano as interior design architect and Springs-based GE Johnson Construction Co. as general contractor.
The credit union added six new service center locations along the Front Range in 2018, including the Promenade location near The Outlets at Castle Rock and the newest location inside the Park Meadows Mall.
Map courtesy of ENT Credit Union