MISSOURI CITY – Construction of a new PrimeWay Federal Credit Union branch for Missouri City is getting started following a groundbreaking ceremony.
Mayor Allen Owen, Mayor Pro Tem Don Smith, District C City Councilmember Anthony Maroulis, NAACP Missouri City President Clarence Holiday and Fort Bend Deputy District Director Loveless Mitchell took part in the ceremony the morning of July 7, marking the start of work on the new branch.
The celebration included a classical opening music selection composed by the children of the Conrad O. Johnson Music Foundation, a proclamation from Mayor Owen, a brief ceremony and light morning refreshments.
The branch will sit right off Texas 6 at 4935 Texas 6, Missouri City, TX 77459, and it is expected to open in January 2017. It will be the first of four to open over the next two years for the $458 million credit union.
Unlike the old branch, the new branch will sit closer to the highway and feature a design that will use the latest technology to make banking as easy and convenient as possible. The credit union is excited to break ground on this new endeavor and looks forward to the new opportunities for growth and expansion that the move will bring.