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Royal River Casino & Hotel Video

Posted October 17, 2019

  Henry Carlson Construction renovated the Royal River Casino in four phases. LEO A DALY was the architect for the project.   Beginning late 2016, site work began on the Administration Building. Phase 1 of the project was finalized in winter 2017 with the completion of the hotel corridors and hotel lobby ground-up renovation. Also […]

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Casino upgrades completed for relaunch

Posted October 10, 2019

A more than $30 million upgrade to the Royal River Casino and Hotel will be celebrated this weekend with a relaunch party that includes fireworks, prizes and two concerts.   The casino has spent much of the past three years redoing all areas of the facility, including the hotel, gift shop, casino floor and most […]

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Royal River Casino & Hotel Relaunch Weekend

Posted October 7, 2019

We are getting excited! The finishing touches are being made at the Royal River Casino & Hotel​ renovation project this week ahead of the Relaunch Weekend Celebration.    The Relaunch Weekend will kick off this Friday October 11th with a ribbon cutting and firework show at 7:30 pm followed by a concert featuring country act […]

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3D Tour of New Minnehaha County Jail Addition

Posted October 2, 2019

The Minnehaha County jail took a unique approach to show off upcoming new additions. A 3D tour allowed employees to virtually see the newest additions coming to the jail. Some of the new additions include a new sally port, intake area, and housing area. There will also be a new courtroom, making it safer and […]

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Northern State University’s new building generates positive buzz

Posted September 18, 2019

A ribbon-cutting ceremony unveiled a brand new academic building on Northern State University’s campus. The building honors Harvey Jewett, a former South Dakota Board of Regents member. It is the first stand-alone academic building constructed on campus in 40 years. The building has already helped with enrollment too. University administrators have seen a 54% increase […]

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AIA SD awards three firms, SDSU with architecture design awards

Posted September 16, 2019

South Dakota State University’s Department of Architecture (DoArch) captured an American Institute of Architecture (AIA) South Dakota Honor award and three state architecture firms took home Merit awards, on Friday, Sept. 13, during a ceremony that marked the culmination of AIA South Dakota’s annual conference. SDSU DoArch, the state’s accredited architecture program, won an Honor […]

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Posted September 13, 2019

Hundreds of people—students, professors, dignitaries and members of the public—gathered at Northern State University on Thursday to celebrate the opening of the first standalone academic building to be constructed on campus in 40 years.   The Harvey C. Jewett IV Regional Science Education Center ribbon-cutting ceremony honored the building’s namesake, longtime South Dakota Board of […]

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Sanford Health Clinic and Summit League Progress Video

Posted September 10, 2019

Henry Carlson Construction built the latest Sioux Falls Sanford Health clinic and the Summit League corporate office. The project began in December 2018 and wrapped up in September 2019.    The 8,000 square-foot clinic will open on Sept. 30 and will offer onsite laboratory and imaging services plus immediate access for athletes using the Sanford […]

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Great Shots gets closer to completion

Posted September 4, 2019

The latest addition to the Sanford Sports Complex is coming along quickly now. We stop by Great Shots to find out how you can keep swinging into the winter months. “I like to compare it a lot to bowling, but for golf,” said Jonathan Buckley, Great Shots General Manager. That’s how Great Shots General Manager, Jonathan Buckley, […]

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New era at NSU: University debuts its first new classroom building in 40 years

Posted August 23, 2019

When Olivia Rud decided which college to attend, athletics and academics both factored into her decision. The Madison High School graduate knew she wanted to play volleyball, but with plans to enter the medical field, a school that stressed its science program also was crucial. Those goals led her to Northern State University in Aberdeen, […]

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