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From staff reports
Sioux Falls-based TSP Inc., a full-service architectural, engineering and planning firm, has opened an office in Watertown.
“The time is right for such an expansion,” CEO Jared Nesje said. “Watertown is a thriving community and home to Lake Area Technical Institute, a private health care system, a growing school district and multiple industries.”
The firm is sharing an office downtown with Infrastructure Design Group, a civil engineering firm that expanded from Sioux Falls to Watertown in October 2016. TSP and Infrastructure DG have shared space in Sioux Falls for the past three years.
TSP first established a connection in South Dakota’s fifth-largest city in the mid-1950s when it designed Watertown High School. Other TSP-designed buildings in Watertown include Holy Name and Immaculate Conception Catholic churches, the South Dakota Army National Guard Readiness Center and the Watertown Events Center.
Two staff members who will work in Watertown have ties to the community.
Project manager and professional engineer Tadd Holt lives in the city and has been employed with TSP since 2000. Holt will continue working from Watertown in the new office.
Architect Jason Kann, who graduated from Watertown High School in 2004 and has been employed with TSP since 2014, will split time between the Sioux Falls and Watertown offices.
It’s the eighth office for TSP, which also has locations in Rapid City and four other states.
Sioux Falls-based TSP Inc., a full-service architectural, engineering and planning firm, is opening an office in Watertown.