Specializing in commercial, educational, and health care construction in South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana and Wyoming.
Posts for 2010
Qdoba has a new location in Rapid City. Rushmore Crossing is the new home for the gourmet burrito establishment. Scull Construction helped Qdoba build out the restaurant and get it up and running as fast as possible. Scull Construction continues to serve the retail construction market in Rapid City and surrounding areas. Scull is consistently chosen because of efficiency, speed, and cost control on retail and commercial projects.
The City of Custer is Building New Elementary School
Custer elementary students will be in a new learning facility next fall on the Custer School District Campus. The facility will replace the prior elementary that has served the school district well, but is at the end of its useful life as a school. Superintendent Tim Creal is excited about the project and recently updated the School Board regarding the project, stating it is going well.
J. Scull Construction is currently seeing growth in the company, even in these challenging economic times. The firm is looking for upbeat and talented individuals to add to our team of top-notch construction workers. Scull Construction is dedicated to its employees and is committed to helping them achieve their goals.
Call today if interested in joining the Scull Team- 605-342-2379
10,000 cubic feet of documents that detail the Homestake Mining Company’s 126-year history will soon have a permanent home and be on display at the new facility. The Adams Museum & House Inc. and Scull Construction are working together to complete a major renovation and addition to an existing building acquired by the organization.
Days of 76 Getting New Home for Spectacular Collection
The Days of 76 Museum Board has hired Scull Construction to build a new 32,000-square-foot main museum to house the Days of 76 Museum’s historically significant collections of Western and Native American artifacts, archives, photos and artwork.
Jim Scull Named South Dakota Philanthropist of the Year
The South Dakota Chapter of the Association of Fund Raising Professionals (SDAFP) recognized Jim Scull as the 2010 Philanthropist of the Year at the National Philanthropy Day Celebration in Sioux Falls. The honor was accepted by a surprised Jim Scull who said he just wants to make his community and South Dakota better for all its residents.