SDSU Architecture, Mathematics, and Engineering Building • Brookings, SDPerspective, teamed with Ratio Architects, used a collaborative approach to provide a meaningful design for this gateway project located at the heart of campus.
Milbank Area Hospital & Clinic Avera, Replacement Facility • Milbank, SDGoals for new replacement hospital and clinic focus on quality patient care, technology, efficient space utilization, and the creation of an inviting environment with clear wayfinding.
Bel Brands USA, New Administration Building • Brookings, SDA modern design that creates visual impact, promotes image and culture, and communicates a sense of place.
A new 76-unit hotel features highly appointed, ultra efficient rooms to meet the needs of the on-the-go regional travelers.
A new bank branch provides improved space to serve customers, increase community presence, build brand awareness, and continue to retain top-level staff.
To ensure the enhancement of the Custer State Park experience for the next generation of visitors, the project will remodel motel wings at State Game Lodge; replace Legion Lake Store; add three new reunion cabins and one honeymoon cabin; and add fourteen new resort cabins.
The replacement facility was built with two new neighborhood wings and a separate but attached the six-bed hospice facility. The new Town Square is the complex’s central hub which includes a deli, general store, pub, theater, children’s play area, bank, post office, and beauty salon.
In support of the future redevelopment of the Weber Avenue corridor, the city begins with an exterior upgrade to the Public Parking Facility.
This retirement community campus is planning a 2-story, $25 million addition to include patient rooms, rehab suites and outpatient therapy. Other updates include a larger chapel and an expanded kitchen.
The emergence of SDSU’s “Greek Village” is offering positive places for students to live, learn and grow. In addition, the fraternity aims to communicate a positive image for recruitment and retention - all designed with efficiency, flexibility and expandability in mind.
The Avera Medical Group Worthington, as part of the Avera network of health care facilities, is committed to providing state-of-the-art medical care to people throughout the region. The new 62,000 sf clinic facility will provide space for behavioral health, family medicine, internal medicine, diabetic and nutrition education, obstetrics and gynecology, outreach specialty services, lab and diagnostic services, pediatrics, surgery, and urgent care.
Adhering to Ford’s quality and branding standards, the Prostrollo Ford-Lincoln Dealership in Madison, South Dakota renovated its 15,000 sf facility to update the showroom and service department areas. Prostrollo is also remodeling their GM store which is scheduled to be occupied in Spring 2012.
CNA Surety has the opportunity to create a landmark, skyline changing office complex that meets their business needs and serves as the East Gateway to Downtown Sioux Falls. The recently vacated Schoeneman Lumberyard site is prime real estate located along the Big Sioux River and within walking distance of Phillips Avenue and other downtown attractions. Conceptually, the project infuses modern urban design principles while considering Sioux Falls' historic downtown character.
The oldest enclosed shopping center in Sioux Falls, home to specialty shops, a cafe’, art studio, and business offices, needed to upgrade its exterior aesthetics to match a recent adjacent restaurant renovation. The renovation included a façade replacement, signage updates, new lighting and custom overhangs.
Loft-style living is the goal for this adaptive reuse project located in Madison, South Dakota. The remodel design for this existing Elementary School will take advantage of an open layout, large windows and an urban aesthetic. Using a minimalist approach, each loft will feature high ceilings, soaring views and use of natural daylight.
The interior renovation project goals included efficient universal exam room design, patient privacy, and an art-inspired, calming aesthetic that reflects the Avera brand. This was achieved through a proven clinic layout model and use of a sophisticated materials palette such as warm color tones, glass, tile, stone, and local artwork.
Stewart School, a salon-like practical training college and clinic that aims to provides its students with real job experience, wanted to update its image to appeal to national accreditors while maintaining its existing location. Image goals include creating a clean, contemporary and professional salon atmosphere along with developing a well-defined entry.
As a result of extensive goal setting and consensus building activities, Outpatient Services, such as, Cardiac Rehab, Physical Therapy, and Outreach Clinic services became priority one to address immediate growth needs and increase revenue potentials.
This neighborhood credit union creates an architectural presence in a rapidly growing "big box" area of town. Creating a recognizable image, providing customer service, and connecting to the community were key issues in creating the new Arrowhead Branch.
This project was a 2,410 sf build-out of a downtown Sioux Falls historic building. The interior design goals for the office renovation included creating a collaborative work space that fosters creativity. Key design elements at the reception desk communicated the established corporate image. Finally, green design principals inspired the inclusion of native Sioux quartzite and biocomposite boards made of recycled sunflower seeds applied to the reception area walls.
The Minnehaha Regional Juvenile Detention Center is experiencing significant space shortages throughout the existing facility's support, administration and program divisions. The master plan provided options ranging from a phased remodel to demolition of the existing building and construction of a new juvenile detention center. Currently, Minnehaha County is reviewing funding sources and juvenile detention programs.
A new single story, 20,000 gsf, administrative and detention center for the federal government poses a unique design opportunity; daylight-views and detention-security. Creating innovative solutions to meet a LEED -Silver standard, GSA-Level IV security, and blend into the surround neighborhood context of the site are all challenges.
The Elmen Park Trailhead is named in tribute to Bob and Jim Elmen. This construction is a charitable gift to the City of Sioux Falls, funded with grants from the Elmen Family's Foundations through the Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation. With public access to the Big Sioux River Greenway Trail System, the Trailhead consists of a restroom, parking, two shlters, patio plaza, air pump for bike tires and signage.
A funky little advertising agency and production studio moved to the big city from the Brandon suburb. The design team transformed a downtown historic building into a full-service, client focused studio. Fresh design ideas for the renovation focused on creative energy, flexible space and consideration of the historic building. An open floor plan, moveable workstations, and the use of exposed beams were critical to the design.