Category: Education

Jared Nesje Named TSP’s Fifth CEO in 85 Years

July 6, 2015

Architect Jared Nesje, 44, will take over the top position at TSP on October 1. Nesje, a Principal and senior architect with the group, previously guided TSP design teams as a project manager and discipline lead. Nesje will be only the fifth CEO to lead the firm, and the first architect in the position since […]

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Rob Collins Joins TSP’s Architecture Team

April 13, 2015

TSP proudly announces the addition of Rob Collins to our Sioux Falls office. Rob Collins, AIA, is a registered architect with a strong background in project management. He’s planned and designed responsive environments for K-12 and higher education, business and industry, hospitality, and community/public services. Rob approaches each project from the vantage point where function […]

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A Trusted Advisor to Augustana College

August 27, 2014

TSP has served as a trusted advisor to Augustana College since 1949. Our latest project on campus is a renovation and expansion to the current Gilbert Science Center. Once complete, the entire area will be known as the Froiland Science Complex. TSP|Smith Group JJR is honored to be Augustana’s partner in the forward-thinking design of […]

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Energy Conservation Initiatives: Being Green and Saving Green

June 3, 2014

The following article is featured in the June 2014 Newsletter of MASBO – the Minnesota Association of School Business Officials. Click here to link to the newsletter.    By Gary Sabart, TSP What’s in your wallet? Some hard earned cash, or maybe a thick clump of receipts? Whichever condition your wallet may favor, you likely have […]

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Rice Lake Area School District Ground Breaking Ceremony 4pm Tuesday May 20th

May 20, 2014

Join TSP and District representatives today at Rice Lake High School, 4 pm, for a ground breaking ceremony to celebrate the recent facilities referendum and mark the beginning of this summer’s construction projects! TSP worked with the district to design science and technology improvements at both the high school and middle school. Upgrades to entry […]

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