Category: News

New talent strengthens #TeamTSP for 2018

January 9, 2018

TSP rolled into the new year with good work in the pipeline and the right people to make it happen. That includes fresh talent who joined #TeamTSP during the last half of 2017. Read on to discover more about our people. Michael Hay Marketing | Graphic Designer; Sioux Falls, SD Like the rest of the […]

Read More →

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 […]

Read More →

In Sioux Falls Arena, legacy of progress coming full circle

December 22, 2017

Members of #TeamTSP who work in Sioux Falls see one of the firm’s legacy designs daily since the office is located across West Avenue from the Sioux Falls Arena. The building has been a landmark in Sioux Falls since 1961, and its future now is the subject of discussion.

Read More →

Deadwood community shares in success with ASLA design award

December 4, 2017

Pictured above (L to R): TSP Principal & Project Manager Bob Morcom, Main Street Initiative President Bill Pearson, Main Street Initiative Member Ron Russo, and Designworks Founder & Owner Randy Fisher.   TSP designs more than buildings—we design communities. And when our good work is recognized, we understand it’s always the team effort that got […]

Read More →

Considering a building project? Read this first.

November 27, 2017

Before design comes thoughtful planning. And that can’t happen without meaningful discussions to learn how clients use their spaces today—and what they need to make their business, school, hospital, or civic building run more smoothly in the future. Whether they realize it or not, TSP’s clients usually need more from their building projects than the […]

Read More →