TSP evolves for the future

2020-03-02T10:54:12-06:00February 28, 2020|Black Hills, Iowa\, Minnesota, News, South Dakota|

Established firms sometimes forget why they were born and where they came from. So while his firm is gearing up to celebrate its 90th anniversary, CEO Jared Nesje is using lessons from its past to plot the future. “I think we’ve renewed ourselves,” Nesje said of the full-service integrated architecture, engineering, and planning group. “Our company is old, but our culture is new because of the people we have today. The youngest architect in our office believes we do it different here. We’re designing with you, not for you. We care about our communities, and that comes through in our work for clients and how we care for one another. We say it’s a family, and we mean it.”

South Dakota Veterans Home brings art to its residents

2019-11-06T15:38:39-06:00November 6, 2019|Black Hills, Healthcare, News, South Dakota|

Hector Curriel didn’t really know if he’d connected at all with the residents of the Michael J. Fitzmaurice South Dakota Veterans Home that he was sketching until he showed him the sheet of drawing paper. When the elderly man saw the caricature of himself, completed with checked shirt and ball cap, a change came over his face. “He barely was speaking,” recalled Curriel. “As soon as I finished and showed his caricature, though, I could see it in his eyes. That moment was very special. That made my day.”

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