Category: South Dakota

Timing is everything for new architect Jason Kann

September 26, 2017

Timing is everything. Just ask Jason Kann. Jason, who joined Team TSP in December 2014 as an architectural graduate, has passed the fifth and final test through the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards necessary to become a registered architect. After working five years in the industry, he’s elated to add the credentials behind his […]

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‘Cutting-edge form and function’ unite in new Beacom Institute of Technology

August 21, 2017

A national leader in cyber-security training and computer-information education now has a new home that’s every bit as advanced as its academic programs. The town of Madison, S.D., turned out Aug. 20 for Dakota State University’s “Welcome to the Future” celebration. TSP and partners from SmithGroupJJR designed the $11.4 million facility, while Journey Group served as […]

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30 Years as ‘The Guy’

July 27, 2017

“Are you the guy?” Sean Ervin’s answer to that question started his 30-year career with TSP. At the time, he was tending bar, waiting tables, running the kitchen, and washing dishes at Beaners in Marshalltown, IA. The two men asking were principal architects with Weber, Pollard & Associates. They’d heard an architectural graduate was working […]

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New PE’s interest in engineering started at home

June 2, 2017

Six weeks ago, Kelli Osterloo sat at a desk to begin the two-part open-book exam on the principles of engineering. Eight hours and 80 multiple-choice questions later, she finished it with waiting the only thing left to do. Even that’s over now. On May 25 — which just happened to be Kelli and Tim Osterloo’s […]

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TSP in the news

March 15, 2017

Projects across the TSP footprint made the news during this second full week in March.. ICYMI, here’s a quick look work that’s getting noticed in the communities we serve. KNBN NewsCenter1 aired the opener in a three-part series on how a public plaza for year-round activities could help revitalize Deadwood’s historic downtown. TSP and RDG Planning & Design […]

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