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TTCU the Credit Union Holds Ribbon Cutting for New Corporate Office
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 6:45 AM

TTCU Ribbon Cutting

TTCU The Credit Union hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception at its new corporate office building in Tulsa, Okla., on March 30, just 17 months after the official groundbreaking.

"Since our founding in 1934, TTCU has been committed to the financial success of our members and to being their trusted source for financial solutions,” said Tim Lyons, CEO and president of TTCU. “This building will enable us to continue to help our members achieve their financial goals for years to come.”

With its technological infrastructure, advanced training centers, and innovation-inspiring environment, the new six-story, 90,000-s.f. facility is a key component of TTCU’s long-term strategy to recruit and retain the best talent and to nurture the next generation of TTCU leadership.

“TTCU was founded during the Great Depression based on the simple principle of people helping people,” says Lyons. “That still is the driving force behind TTCU today. This new facility will allow us to grow and continue to develop new and better ways to serve our expanding membership now and in the future.”

TTCU Ribbon CuttingCommunity leaders, including Tulsa Regional Chamber President/CEO Mike Neal, joined TTCU board members, employees, business partners, and education representatives for the ceremony.

“This new TTCU facility represents the kind of continued community investment that moves our entire region forward,” said Neal. “And with branches throughout northeast Oklahoma, TTCU’s impact is felt not just in Tulsa, but throughout the region, including Owasso, Sapulpa, Broken Arrow, and Jenks. On behalf of all of these communities, I’d like to say thank you to TTCU.”

TTCU completed and moved into the 6-story structure at 81st and Mingo in December of last year. The building, which sits on a campus of 6.5 acres, was constructed over a period of 78 weeks. The building is made up of 682,000 lbs. of concrete and 496 tons of steel. The exterior is comprised of 1,234 glass panels and 135 brick and block panels. The building was under the construction and design management of NewGround, based in St. Louis, Mo.

During the ceremony, Kevin Blair, CEO of NewGround, presented a $10,000 donation to TTCU’s School Pride Program, which benefits schools throughout TTCU’s service area. “NewGround is proud to partner with an organization that is so involved in its communities and does so much for local education," Blair said. "We are pleased to join that effort with this donation.”

About TTCU The Credit Union
TTCU is the largest state-chartered credit union in Oklahoma with 15 branches: five in Tulsa, two in Broken Arrow, and one each in Bixby, Jenks, Claremore, Miami, Muskogee, Owasso, Sapulpa, and Tahlequah. Established in 1934, TTCU The Credit Union, is a $1.7 billion credit union serving nearly 120,000 members who are educationally affiliated, including students and their families and hundreds of Select Employee Groups in NE Oklahoma, with a full complement of depository, lending, and financial advisory services.