Current Projects

Henry Carlson is always hard at work improving our communities’ skylines and our clients’ businesses. Our large number of employees and flexible construction rolls means we can handle a large volume of projects while still providing prompt and precise timeline fulfillment.

Henry Carlson Construction - Current Projects

Henry Carlson provides multiple delivery methods including:

  • Design/Build
  • Construction Manager at Risk
  • Competitive Bid
  • Fast Track Construction
  • Cost Plus Fee (Guaranteed Maximum Price)
  • Construction Manager (Agent)

Call us today at 605-336-2410 to learn how we deliver more on every project, or contact us HERE

Below is a sample of our current construction projects

Sanford 32nd & Ellis Clinic and Lewis Store


Construction of a new single story facility, on the Sanford property near 41st and Tea/Ellis Road. This facility will house a Sanford Clinic and a Lewis retail store […]

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Sanford 32nd & Ellis Clinic and Lewis Store

Wilmot Rest Area


Together with our sister company, Kyburz-Carlson Construction, Henry Carlson Construction will build the Wilmot Rest Area. The facility is envisioned as a single story structure of approximately 6,000 […]

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Wilmot Rest Area

Washington Square


Planned across Main Avenue from the Washington Pavillion of Arts and Science, Washington Square is an urban-style, mixed-use building that will combine retail, offices, parking and condominiums […]

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Washington Square

City Administration Building


The construction of a three-story building—two finished stories, a third-story shell, footings and foundations for a future fourth floor, underground parking and storage, as well as room […]

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City Administration Building

Canton High School Performing Arts Center


This project consists of the construction of the Performing Arts Center Addition to the existing Canton High School building in Canton, South Dakota. The project will include: a new 1 […]

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Canton High School Performing Arts Center

SDSU Stanley J. Marshall Center Additions and Renovations


The first phase of the multiple phase project to add on to and renovate the Stanley J. Marshall Center will provide practice facilities for the men’s basketball team, women […]

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SDSU Stanley J. Marshall Center Additions and Renovations

Minnehaha County Jail Expansion


Expansion to the existing county jail in Sioux Falls, SD. The project scope is planned to include a new 320 bed jail tower addition to the existing jail. Henry Carlson […]

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Minnehaha County Jail Expansion

Sam's Club Remodel


A remodel of the Sam’s Club in Sioux Falls. Work includes renovation of the grocery area, pharmacy, restrooms and snack bar while the store remains open […]

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Sam's Club Remodel

Minnehaha Country Club Addition and Renovation


A two-story addition to the existing club that will include a banquet space, pre-function space, restrooms and a coat room on the upper level and a fitness center […]

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Minnehaha Country Club Addition and Renovation

Valley Springs Rest Area Facility and Welcome Center


The facility is envisioned as a single story structure of approximately 6,000 square foot in size intended to expand the  existing rest area structure. Building shall encompass approximately 2 […]

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Valley Springs Rest Area Facility and Welcome Center

NSU Regional Science Education Center


The facility is envisioned as a 2-story, approximately 50,000 square foot building that will house Biology, Chemistry, and Physics laboratories, classrooms and office spaces. This building will provide […]

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NSU Regional Science Education Center
"Shortly after hiring TSP/Smithgroup we interviewed a number of firms for our Froiland Science Center new construction and remodel and hired Henry Carlson as our Construction manager at risk very shortly thereafter. We engaged them very early in the process under a preconstruction contract that began with Schematic design. They were able to provide ideas immediately along with budget guidance that allowed us to make decisions at the appropriate time and with the utmost care. They are an invaluable part of the process and really understand the planning process."
Tom Meyer, Augustana College