March 15, 2017
Projects across the TSP footprint made the news during this second full week in March.. ICYMI, here’s a quick look work that’s getting noticed in the communities we serve.
- KNBN NewsCenter1 aired the opener in a three-part series on how a public plaza for year-round activities could help revitalize Deadwood’s historic downtown. TSP and RDG Planning & Design created a master plan with design concepts and programming options for two venues: Outlaw Square and Deadwood Commons.
- KDLT News talked to students and faculty at Southeast Tech to see how a new, state-of-the-art automotive lab facility is helping develop a highly skilled workforce. Called “The Hub,” the building also includes classrooms, student lounges, a food court, and a theater-style classroom that accommodates 500 in stadium seating.
- Several bank clients were profiled in an article on SiouxFalls.Business, an online-only source for regional business news. The site launched just this week. TSP has partnered with the content company to provide insights on the trends in architecture, engineering, and planning that drive changes to the local landscape.
- The Monolithic Dome Institute took readers behind-the-scenes to learn how Johnson Creek School District chose a dome design for its community’s new middle school and high school campus. Five interconnected domes offer cost-effective, energy-efficient, and spacious areas in an unconventional setting. The facility for grades 5-12 is the first of its kind in Wisconsin. Watch the district’s own four-minute YouTube video here.