Project Spotlight: First Citizens National Bank

Project Spotlight: First Citizens National Bank

A new First Citizens National Bank building recently was constructed in Union City, Tennessee.  One of the design elements of the new property was the installation of approximately 100 ft. of Trex Fencing in the Saddle color with the slim profile crown post cap.  The fence serves as a parking lot barrier between the bank and an adjacent apartment building.

Union City is a city in Obion County, located in northwest Tennessee. It has a population base of approximately 11,000 people and maintains several historical buildings and landmarks. With its beautiful brick architecture and local businesses, the Union City downtown area is an attractive example of a small town in the southeastern United States. Trex fencing provides a stately, natural appeal that compliments a variety of structures such as those found in downtown Union City.

Trex fencing was specified for the building project by the McGehee, Nicholson, Burke Architects firm based in Memphis. Trex was selected for its unique, complimentary aesthetics, long-term economic value, and low-maintenance attributes. Trex is often requested for commercial projects specifically because it does not require painting or staining, and will not rot or degrade like wood fencing. The fence is exceptionally durable, providing long-lasting beauty to properties.

The fencing materials were supplied by City Lumber Company in Jackson, Tennessee. While City Lumber primarily serves contractors and retail customers in the Jackson area, the company will supply the entire southeast region on a case-by-case basis.  Contact Holly Dozier for more information on how to purchase Trex fencing from City Lumber.

Project Spotlight: First Citizens National Bank
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