Category: News

TSP receives AIA South Dakota’s highest Honor Award for Sioux Falls Office Renovation

September 13, 2012

Five of 17 total submittals were recognized with awards. Three Honor Awards were bestowed to projects exemplifying overall design excellence and two Merit Awards were presented to projects featuring a particular detail of design worthy of recognition. Projects were not judged against each other but instead, rated on the architect’s performance considering the project’s scope […]

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Rochester Public Works & Transit Operations Center Named as a Finance & Commerce Top Project of 2012

August 22, 2012

  TSP’s Rochester Public Works and Transit Operations Center was named a Finance & Commerce Top Project of 2011. Judged on degree of difficulty, creativity in design, innovative construction techniques, cooperation among contractors and management, and sustainability efforts, selected projects stand out against countless applicants. Recognized as one of Minnesota’s top construction projects, the new […]

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Nation’s First Grassroots Green House Opens in Sheridan, Wyoming

April 24, 2012

Golden years are not meant to be spent withering in a nursing home surrounded by strangers, long, empty corridors, and tasteless food. The Green House Project is on a mission to change the institutional ways of operation by implementing a person-centered care model where seniors’ emotional and spiritual well-being are as important as their physical […]

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South Dakota Army National Guard Building 802 Achieves LEED Gold

March 29, 2012

Discovery. Design. And the People Who Make it Personal. This is TSP’s approach to every project. But how can we truly know if we have excelled in the eyes of our client? In the case of South Dakota Army National Guard’s Barracks and Education Building 802 at Camp Rapid we have tangible proof, Gold. After […]

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Sustainable Design is Good Design

January 17, 2012

Whether it’s swapping energy efficient light bulbs, turning off the water while brushing teeth or turning down the thermostat, conscious choices lead to sustainable solutions. The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) estimates buildings in the United States are responsible for 39% of CO2 emissions, 40% of energy consumption and 13% of all water consumption. To […]

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