Category: Healthcare

Making communities better, by design

June 27, 2018

TSP’s architecture, engineering, and planning professionals take great pride in creating facilities that serve clients for decades. But we understand our true legacy as a company is the reputation we build through long-lasting relationships. Click below to read our latest piece from SiouxFalls.Business and learn how we make community involvement a firmwide priority—while still affording […]

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The new green: Decreasing energy use while improving employee well-being

May 29, 2018

Today’s definition of sustainability goes beyond a building’s ecological footprint to create better environments for the people who work, play, heal, and learn inside these structures. To fully capture their return on green initiatives, leaders must select the right options to fit their culture, market, and budget. The most efficient design and features aren’t sustainable unless […]

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Cutting-edge circadian lighting embedded in major project

February 23, 2018

In our latest featured piece from SiouxFalls.Business, Electrical Engineer Kelli Osterloo — one of only two Lighting Certified professionals in South Dakota — shares the science behind how your lighting environment’s intensity and color temperature work together to affect your body. Engineer-in-Training Carly Nord and Principal/Senior Architect Michelle Klobassa embedded the technology in a major […]

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Sneak peek: Look inside Dow Rummel expansion

December 27, 2017

TSP’s neighbors and clients at Dow Rummel Village are enjoying new spaces earlier than anticipated — trimmed with lights and garland for the holiday season by our own Karen Mutschelknaus and Brenna Wiertzema, no less! Here’s a sneak peek at portions of the 88,000 sf addition (which itself is part of an even larger Memory Care […]

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30 Years as ‘The Guy’

July 27, 2017

“Are you the guy?” Sean Ervin’s answer to that question started his 30-year career with TSP. At the time, he was tending bar, waiting tables, running the kitchen, and washing dishes at Beaners in Marshalltown, IA. The two men asking were principal architects with Weber, Pollard & Associates. They’d heard an architectural graduate was working […]

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