Category: South Dakota

One culture, many locations: TSP goes all in to reinvest in our people

April 26, 2018

Our 88-year-old legacy firm was overdue to bring our entire family together. So as we looked to envision our future in an evolving industry, we knew we needed everyone under the same roof. Click the embedded image below to read more about the event’s outcome and how it all came together — this article provides […]

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Saab 99 immediate focus of Bob Morcom’s attention in retirement

April 24, 2018

When you think of Bob Morcom’s off-duty activities, you might picture him on skis. After all, Bob has been a professional ski instructor, clinician, and examiner for more than 40 years. However, instead of schussing his way through retirement, Bob will do a little steering first. One of his immediate post-retirement projects will be to […]

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Blind California architect shares his vision for school project

March 21, 2018

In our latest featured piece on SiouxFalls.Business, San Francisco-based architect Chris Downey shares the insights on designing he has gained since he lost his eyesight 10 years ago. He is a consultant with TSP, Inc. as it designs the new South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Senior Architects Michelle Klobassa and Rex […]

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Young professionals join TSP

March 1, 2018

TSP welcomed two full-time staff members in February. Their diverse experiences and interests reflect a range of skills—and speak to the breadth of career opportunity within our integrated firm. Caroline Johnson Architecture | Interior Designer; Rochester, MN Caroline Johnson, Assoc. IIDA, earned her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where […]

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Cutting-edge circadian lighting embedded in major project

February 23, 2018

In our latest featured piece from SiouxFalls.Business, Electrical Engineer Kelli Osterloo — one of only two Lighting Certified professionals in South Dakota — shares the science behind how your lighting environment’s intensity and color temperature work together to affect your body. Engineer-in-Training Carly Nord and Principal/Senior Architect Michelle Klobassa embedded the technology in a major […]

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