This Forcht Bank loan production office is a renovated building at the site of Covington’s former Greyhound Bus station, and the first branch location in Kenton County. The design challenges included working with and preserving the original tin pan ceiling, as well as designing to fit within a long and narrow space. It was also important to tie the design of this new branch and partner the Forcht Bank legacy to that of the historic Madison district in Covington, while presenting a modern and updated feel. It was a complete departure from the traditional design of other Forcht Bank branches. This non-traditional branch features interactive, open areas for loan processing with all transactions conducted by an Interactive Teller Machine in the front lobby, and all new accounts opened online.