Category: Minnesota

Von Petersen Accepted into Leadership Program

July 28, 2015

Von Petersen an architect in TSP’s Rochester office has been accepted into the Leadership Greater Rochester Program. Von, a passionate and detail-oriented architect, has been with TSP for five years with experience working a variety of project types. His current clients include the Rochester Mayo Civic Center Expansion, the Rochester Recreation Center Renovation and Addition, […]

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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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Murray County Medical Center Makes Honor Roll

July 20, 2014

Minnesota Physician, a monthly publication that covers the business of healthcare in Minnesota, has recognized the collaborative work of TSP, and strategic partner RPA Design in naming the Murray County Medical Center to its 2014 Honor Roll. Each year Minnesota Physician recognizes 10 outstanding projects. We are honored to be amongst those in 2014. To […]

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Mayo Civic Center Addition/Renovation Project Moves Forward

June 16, 2014

After several years awaiting funding, TSP’s Mayo Civic Center Renovation and Addition is moving forward! The $81 million project includes a 188,000 square-foot addition and renovations to help draw new events. Site development is slated for this November with construction picking up in March or April 2015. To learn more, click here to access our […]

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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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