Category: South Dakota

Northern State begins new era with regional science center

August 23, 2019

A new era at NSU officially begins Monday, when NSU’s new Jewett Regional Science Education Center opens for classes. The $25.2 million structure is the first new classroom/teaching building constructed on campus in more than 40 years. The TSP, Inc. + SmithGroup team designed the building with the Henry Carlson Co. and its sister company Kyburz-Carlson serving as contractor.

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Customized outreach focuses on client communications

July 31, 2019

In an increasingly digital world, personal touches like a handwritten thank-you note or a surprise in the mail can connect people in immediate ways. And for nearly 90 years, those relationships have been the bedrock of every TSP project. Open communication remains a big part of how we do our work in partnership with clients. […]

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Customized outreach builds trust with clients, community

July 29, 2019

In an increasingly digital world, personal touches like a handwritten thank-you note or a surprise in the mail can connect people in immediate ways. For almost 90 years, TSP Inc. has built on the strength of relationships in the communities it serves. Now, a growing group of seller-doers at the integrated architecture, engineering and planning […]

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Put on a blindfold, pick up a fork

June 24, 2019

A project currently under construction will have a lasting impact on how TSP, Inc. architects and engineers design and renovate future buildings.

A recent trip to Aberdeen, SD, re-emphasized the importance of designing for people with different abilities. Four TSP team members – including architects behind the new South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired – took part in Dinner for the Dark. Guests wear blindfolds while eating their meals at the event, which supports the South Dakota Federation for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

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Sidney Smith is TSP’s newest licensed engineer

May 20, 2019

There were two envelopes in the mailbox. To Sidney Smith’s excitement (and relief), neither was the standard business-letter size. “My roommate and I both took the exam that day,” explains Sidney, who recently passed the Principals and Practice of Engineering (PE) test and now is TSP’s newest licensed mechanical engineer. “We knew the big envelope […]

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