EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. – Fast-growing Scott CU officially opened its new 51,000-square-foot offices yesterday, more than tripling the size of its old headquarters in nearby Collinsville.

The $12 million project houses about 100 executive, administrative, and operational employees and the $860 million credit union’s 16th branch on 14 acres at the Edwardsville Corporate Centre.

“Our new Home Office is a state-of-the-art facility that will position us to serve our more than 100,000 members and grow into the future,” said Frank Padak, president of the one-time credit union for Scott Air Force Base.

The headquarters will be known as the Betty Renth Building, after the current board chairman and has been a director for 56 years. “Too often people are recognized after they have retired. The Board felt it was appropriate to recognize Betty today as we celebrate the opening of our new home office,” said Padak.



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