Category: South Dakota

86 is the new 85!

July 1, 2016

Thank you for making TSP part of the company you keep.  Since 1930, TSP’s clients and partners have trusted us to hold up our end of the bargain. As we reflect on the end of our 85th celebration year, we’re reminded once again that it’s the people who make our company. If you’ve allowed us to dream with […]

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DSU Breaks Ground on Flagship Technology Building

June 30, 2016

Students, faculty, and state officials gathered earlier this week in Madison, SD, to see the ceremonial start of construction at the Beacom Institute of Technology. The state-of-the-art facility will be home to Dakota State University‘s nationally recognized computer science and cyber security programs. Undergraduates lined up along the Trojan Center wall to get a view of […]

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Sioux Falls’ first City-owned Indoor Pool on Track for Fall 2016

June 28, 2016

When the weather turns cold later this year, Sioux Falls residents will be able to use their City swim passes to warm up with a dip in the pool. Community members got a sneak peek at Midco Aquatic Center’s progress in late June, during an open-house event with tours led by TSP architects and partners from Sioux […]

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Peter Meyer Earns CPA Status

May 26, 2016

Peter Meyer, accountant at TSP, Inc., since June 2014, recently received the designation of Certified Public Accountant. A graduate of Augustana University, Meyer began as an intern with TSP in September 2013. After months of studying for the exam, Meyer now intends to shift some of that time to soccer and pottery. He began playing soccer when he was […]

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Klobassa Joins TSP Board of Directors

May 3, 2016

Registered Architect Michelle Klobassa was elected to the TSP, Inc. Board of Directors on April 30, 2016, at its annual Spring Conference. Klobassa will serve a three-year term. TSP is a full-service architectural, engineering and planning firm that has operated in Sioux Falls since 1930. It has 100-plus employees in eight communities across five states. […]

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