Category: News

Making communities better, by design

June 27, 2018

TSP’s architecture, engineering, and planning professionals take great pride in creating facilities that serve clients for decades. But we understand our true legacy as a company is the reputation we build through long-lasting relationships. Click below to read our latest piece from SiouxFalls.Business and learn how we make community involvement a firmwide priority—while still affording […]

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Luke Stewart returns to TSP as electrical engineer-in-training

June 12, 2018

A lot can change in a year. When Luke Stewart began his internship last summer in TSP’s Sioux Falls office, he and his wife lived at Lake Norden with their four-month-old son. Luke had a year left in his electrical engineering program at South Dakota State University, and the hours outside of class burned short. […]

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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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Retirement means time for art, family — and no deadlines

May 9, 2018

There is no “honey-do” list lurking for Paul Boerboom on Saturday—his first full day of retirement. There’s no firm deadline for his planned exhibition at the EastBank Art Gallery, where he will be a member of the local cooperative. And all of that is kind of the point. The elder of his two sons will be […]

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‘Wyoming is truly where (Bill Goodman’s) heart is’

May 8, 2018

Bill spent much of his career working on schools, primarily at the elementary and middle school levels. Asked to give an estimate of how many schools, he snorted at the question. “Many,” he said. “Many.” When the oil, coal, and gas industries were thriving in Wyoming, school districts had unlimited money to spend on infrastructure. That changed about three years ago.

One of his last major projects was the domed school for Johnson Creek School District in Wisconsin. He describes it as “a decent experience,” with the biggest challenges ensuring the acoustics were good and running traditional mechanical structures in a nontraditional building.

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