The construction of Rapid City’s fifth middle school continues to progress toward a fall 2012 opening date. The large facility will have 145,000 square feet under its roof to serve the needs of 600 students plus staff and support.
Custer elementary students and teachers have a new learning facility on the Custer School District Campus. The beautiful facility replaces the prior elementary that has served the school district well, but is at the end of its useful life as a school.
The residents of Box Elder will soon be getting a new City Hall building to serve them. The 20,000sf facility will be built with tilt-up concrete panels that are cast on site, and will contain all City administration functions, community center, as well as a Police Station.
A rural western South Dakota community is getting a new user friendly K-8 school. The facilities are designed to appropriately meet the educational needs of the children, and to serve community needs as well.
Fountain Springs Community Church is growing like crazy and is expanding its facilities. The new addition will add about 10,000 square feet to the church and provide its parishioners new classrooms and community space.
This new 145,000-square-foot school will house about 600 sixth, seventh, and eighth-graders and will serve students from Valley View and Rapid Valley elementary schools. The school was designed by Rapid City architect, Upper Deck Architects, and sits on a multi-acre complex with baseball, football, and soccer fields. It’s called East Middle School, and it’s the largest of the Rapid City’s five middle schools.
Midland Atlantic Development has added more retail business space to its successful Rushmore Crossing Shopping Center in Rapid City, SD. Some of the newest additions in the commercial development include Sam's Club, Bed Bath Beyond, Verizon Wireless, Game Stop, Qdoba, and Paninis. The shopping center has continually added space through new construction projects since its opening in the winter of 2009. J Scull Construction has played a key role in getting the projects constructed because of their depth of experience in retail construction.
The new $29 million National Guard Joint Force Headquarters Readiness Center on Camp Rapid is nearing completion. The beautiful brick and concrete structure is an eye-catcher and will be a true asset to the State of South Dakota. The project adds 130,000 square feet of office and multi-purpose space to the installation.
The new 32,000-square-foot Days of ‘76 Museum is rising in Deadwood. The facility will house one of the most historically significant collections of Western and Native American artifacts, archives, photos and artwork in the world. Special emphasis is being placed on the display and preservation of these items.
Rapid City construction workers are making good progress in an effort to totally renovate the 1937 Dakota Middle School Theatre. The historic facility will receive a completely new stage area, a more spacious and comfortable viewing area, updated heating and cooling systems, and functional backstage support space.
Sam’s Club held its Grand Opening festivities over the weekend and was greeted with hoards of customers. The new store is noticeably bigger and brighter, and customers will have more amenities at their disposal. J. Scull Construction Service built the facility and is a leader in retail construction in South Dakota.
The new Sam's Club in Rapid City is now open. The 140,000-square-foot store in the Rushmore Crossing shopping will hold its Grand Opening on March 10th. The facility ushers in a new era of commercial buildings in this area and is built with energy-saving initiatives.