Category: Education

If you want to close more deals, start on the front end

October 11, 2018

There’s a reason events such as TED Talks, 1 Million Cups, and PechaKucha Nights draw audiences around the world: The speaker—even more so than the topic—makes the presentation memorable. That’s why TSP, Inc. team members are polishing our skills with help from Parallel Partners, a consulting group based in Northfield, Minn. Parallel Partners is collaborating […]

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Student input sought to design replacement for century-old high school

September 13, 2018

As students and instructors in the Perham-Dent School District in Perham, MN, began voicing what they wanted to see in a new high school, one wish was clear: Let there be light! On Sept. 4, when the 2018-2019 school year officially started, that’s exactly what they found: a light-filled building that, through user input, is designed to enhance the student-staff experience.

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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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Blind California architect shares his vision for school project

March 21, 2018

In our latest featured piece on SiouxFalls.Business, San Francisco-based architect Chris Downey shares the insights on designing he has gained since he lost his eyesight 10 years ago. He is a consultant with TSP, Inc. as it designs the new South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Senior Architects Michelle Klobassa and Rex […]

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Design that serves people through the decades

October 3, 2017

Good design stands out. Stellar design stands up over time. This piece from SiouxFalls.Business features a few people who “live” in TSP projects dating as far back as the 1930s. Made to last: Places take on greater meaning as they evolve with the community

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