Citizens Bank, a New England Council member, recently unveiled its new state-of-the-art corporate campus in Johnston, Rhode Island. The new facility will house over 3,000 Citizens Bank employees in a setting that the bank says was designed to foster greater collaboration and to bring benefits to the local community.
The new corporate campus was built on a previously undeveloped parcel of land west of I-295 in Johnston. The site is home to 424,000 square feed of office and meeting space, including a call center where some 800 employees will work. The campus also features ball fields, tennis and basketball courts, and trails that will be available for employees as well as members of the local community.
“This beautiful, modern campus provides a foundation for greater teamwork, innovation and efficiency in an environmentally sustainable setting,” said Bruce Van Saun, Chairman and CEO, Citizens Financial Group. “We believe that this dynamic work environment will help further connect our colleagues to the bank’s mission and values in meaningful ways.”
Citizens Bank officially opened the new campus with a recent ribbon-cutting ceremony that was attended by Gov. Gina Raimondo, as well as the Ocean State’s Congressional delegation.
The New England Council congratulates Citizens Bank on the opening of the new campus and looks forward to the bank’s continued growth in the region. Read more in the bank’s press release, or in The Providence Journal.
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