Category: News

Early input from stakeholders leads to a home that reflects their lifestyle

January 28, 2019

Paul and Marley Ann Opsahl knew they didn’t want to go through the process shingling their house yet again. Home ownership for the Yankton couple had become more of an anchor than a sail.

The Opsahls did, however, want their next home to reflect their lifestyle. They found it five years ago in Dow Rummel Village. Since then, the couple has stayed engaged in opportunities to help shape the retirement community—including the planning process that preceded Dow’s Rummel’s ongoing expansion and renovation.

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TSP helps museum visitors learn about architecture

January 7, 2019

Building blocks of different shapes, sizes, and materials encourages youngsters visiting the Minnesota Children’s Museum in Rochester, MN, to do a little designing at the “Young Architects” exhibit, which opened Jan. 6.  TSP and Kraus-Anderson, a frequent construction-services partner, cosponsors the exhibit. “Young Architects” will be open to visitors for six months and set a […]

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TSP stresses team development

December 20, 2018

Come April, Sidney Smith and Chris Maks have a date with destiny. For Jake Buckmiller, it will happen in October 2019.

Put a little less dramatically, that is when the three engineers-in-training with TSP, Inc. are eligible to sit for the first time for the testing that could earn them their license as Professional Engineers

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Johnson, Wiertzema achieve national certification

December 17, 2018

Interior design is embedded within the architectural discipline at TSP, right where space planning and artistic functionality meet. The practice is an integrated service in our full-scale projects, and it’s a crucial part of what makes rooms and entire facilities “just work” for clients. Certain designers elevate that practice to a profession. This week, two […]

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TSP team member Carly Nord passes PE exam

December 12, 2018

This week, Carly learned that she had successfully passed the one-day exam she took in October and now is licensed in South Dakota as a Professional Engineer. She already has passed the exam for LEED GA.

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