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  • Apr 18, 2018

Exciting Changes on the Way for GFA!

GFA is happy to announce that we will begin construction on our new and improved headquarters, at our Parker Street branch in Gardner, MA. 

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Our current Parker Street branch was built in 1987 with much of the building remaining intact; however an additional story and wing will be added for more employee space.

Currently our GFA support staff of roughly fifty-five employees is housed in three separate locations, which makes it difficult for productivity, communication and planning. GFA has grown considerably over the recent years and we have simply outgrown our buildings and have no room to accommodate additional employees. With the construction of GFA’s Parker St. Expansion, those separated employees will now be able to work together with ample space and resources to carry out their work more efficiently. 

In addition to the added office space for the GFA Team, the new building will include a community room for member use, a training center, a professional suite for our wealth management and business development divisions, a call center and much more. These will allow for plenty of room and opportunity for GFA to continue to expand its products and services as well as its community outreach. 

GFA is making a significant and multi-million dollar investment in the Gardner community. Gardner is where the GFA was first formed in 1938, and we remain the only local financial institution based in Gardner. We have not forgotten our roots and we look forward to continuing to strengthen them as we grow with the community.

The entire GFA Team is extremely excited about the new expansion plan and the added amenities it will offer. We hope that the Greater Gardner Community will be just as excited as we are as we continue to strive towards providing the best financial solutions to our members with Better Banking.

*GFA has two branches in Gardner and BOTH locations will remain open, despite the construction and consolidation mentioned.

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