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Pioneer Breaks Ground for New Administration Building

Posted on August 8, 2019

rendering of the new Pioneer headquartersMountain Home, ID – Pioneer Federal Credit Union will break ground for their new Administration Building in Mountain Home, Idaho with a ceremony on Friday, August 23rd at 10:30 a.m. which the community is invited to attend. The new building will be an addition to the current Administration Building and Main Branch.

The campus will incorporate a multi-level building with employee amenities proposed to include dedicated rooms for nursing mothers, an onsite gym to promote healthy lifestyles, and a large break room/outdoor café with an employee courtyard.

Pioneer will integrate its community-minded focus with a community room which will provide much-needed gathering space for organizations in Mountain Home. Renovations to the existing branch and administrative offices are projected to begin with the second phase of the project in 2020.

This expansion reaffirms Pioneer’s commitment to Mountain Home which dates back to 1954. It also reflects the desire to expand its work force as an employer of choice in Mountain Home for years to come.

Pioneer has 14 branches in Southwestern Idaho serving more than 50,000 members. They employ 170 team members and have over $500 million in assets. Pioneer’s asset size places them among the top 10% of 5,600 credit unions across the nation.

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Pioneer Federal Credit Union
Hi William,
Thanks to members like you, Pioneer is growing at a fast rate and in order to better serve our members, we need some extra room to grow. This headquarters not only will give team members better facilities to serve our members, it has a community space that local businesses and members can use when they need space for events. The ground breaking is open to the public and we'd love to see you there!
8/19/2019 12:46:52 PM

William Best
Yea 4 employees. All that on members dime. Why don't you pay a decent interest rate instead? 500 mil in assets & I couldn't buy a cup of coffee on monthly interest for 9k balance. Poor management 4 members great management 4 employees..
8/19/2019 10:55:21 AM

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