Category: News

TSP brings home 3 of 7 AIA South Dakota design awards

September 18, 2018

Two TSP architects also honored for individual contributions to the field The 2018 AIA South Dakota annual convention concluded Friday night with the design awards banquet. Two buildings designed by #TeamTSP + SmithGroup received recognition during the event. The Beacom Institute of Technology at Dakota State University claimed the coveted Honor Award, accepted by architect Chase Kramer. The Froiland Science Complex at Augustana […]

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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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Controlling project costs starts with this member of the design team

August 30, 2018

When co-workers at TSP Inc. gather to begin a new project, one of its most valued team members may not carry the title you might expect.

People associate this firm with architects and engineers. However, Scott Lardy’s role as the construction cost estimator enhances the work TSP’s architects and engineers will do in designing a new facility or renovating an existing structure.

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Visual impact key to first impression, made possible economically

July 30, 2018

Looking to make a visual impact with your business or agency but limited in the dollars you have to spend? Don’t worry, there’s an architect for that. Or an interior designer.

They are the folks who will ask you the right questions, determining what you want to catch visitors’ attention as they drive up to the building or when they walk through the front doors.

“That first impression is the key,” said architect Greg Schoer, who joined TSP Inc. in 2010.

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