Category: Wyoming

Back to work during COVID-19: Thermostat wars

June 22, 2020

Many office and retail buildings are set to supercool inside air during the Midwest’s scorching, humid summers. Even with COVID-19 concerns, people understandably want to be comfortable in their workplaces. The right balance of fresh and recirculated air is based on the building’s size and indoor air volume plus the space configuration and the number […]

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Back to work: Smarter, safer offices in the pandemic age

June 18, 2020

Heading into the office looks different than it did three months ago. For many workers, it feels different, too. As employers put their COVID-19 preparedness and response plans into action, they’re balancing caution and optimism. Welcoming employees back into buildings requires a new sort of flexibility—a need to accommodate team members with a wide range […]

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Back to work during COVID-19: Practical resources

June 16, 2020

Risk-management plans for your buildings from the American Institute of Architects. Employer information for office buildings from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Expert, industry-specific guidance for businesses from Back to Work Safely. Latest report on COVID-19’s effects for the low-touch economy. Building-reopening guidelines for your building’s HVAC and water systems. The 6-Feet Office […]

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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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‘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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