SPEARFISH — As the work on the Jackson Boulevard improvement project comes to a close, one major finishing touch was added to the roundabout at the intersection at Jackson Boulevard and Ames Street Tuesday.
“I feel real fortunate because I always get to put the frosting on the cake,” said Dale Lamphere, a local artist, who was contracted by Black Hills State University to create “The Hive,” an art installation, which brings the motif of the university front and center to the downtown district.
“The initial call was, perhaps to do the mascot, the Yellow Jacket,” Lamphere said. “But this I think has a more universal appeal to it and certainly represents the Yellow Jackets.”
Lamphere said “The Hive” was designed to be an abstract representation of an actual yellow jacket hive, while remaining a vibrant piece of accessible art for the community at large.
We are honored to be recognized as one of Prairie Business Magazine's 50 Best Places to Work for THREE consecutive years.
Employees throughout the region nominated their companies, highlighting some of the reasons they believe make their place of business a great place to work. Among the topics were workplace culture, opportunities for employee growth, teamwork and individual responsibility, and employee morale, among others.
RCS Construction would like to add an extra congratulations to fellow South Dakota companies that also made the list:
Architecture Incorporated, Sioux Falls, S.D. Banner Associates, Brookings, S.D. Cornerstone Bank, North Dakota & South Dakota Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, S.D. Enertech Global, Mitchell, S.D. HDR, N.D., S.D. and Minn. Lloyd Companies, Sioux Falls, S.D. Marsh & McClennan Agency, Fargo and Sioux Falls TSP Inc., Sioux Falls, S.D.
SPEARFISH — Now, well underway in Phase 2, the Jackson Boulevard construction project is nearing a substantial completion milestone with much of the work from Exit 12 to 3rd Street all but wrapped up. https://www.bhpioneer.com
DPEC & RCS Joint Venture is excited to be part of the construction projects located at Ellsworth Air Force Base in preparation for the B-21 stealth bomber! For more information Read the following article from the Rapid City Journal below.
The Global Strike Command's artist's rendering of the new B-21 Raider at an aircraft hangar on Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City (Taken from Rapid City Journal).
Governor Kristi Noem, center, cut the ribbon for the new South Dakota National Guard's Army Aviation Readiness Center on Friday at Rapid City Regional Airport.
The $20 million, 57,000 square foot building features training classrooms, administrative offices, equipment and supply storage and vehicle maintenance bay. The new facility will house over 150 soldiers from eight aviation units and will enhance unit training and readiness requirement for decades to come.
Last week, a high school student signed with RCS Construction during the Associated General Contractors of South Dakota/Western Dakota Tech Career Academy signing ceremony. Five high school students signed with local contractors to work this summer. The program allows students to earn money while learning about the construction industry and earn college credits.
In 2001, at the age of 27, Chad Hymas’ life changed in an instant when a 2,000-pound bale of hay shattered his neck, leaving him a quadriplegic.
But Chad’s dreams were not paralyzed that day—he became an example of what is possible. Chad is a best-selling author, motivational speaker, president of his own communications company, and recognized world-class wheelchair athlete.
RCS Construction was lucky enough to have had Chad speak about staying safe on and off the job-site to work safely and effectively.
Fort Hays cut the ribbon on its buffalo hunt coaster on Friday, April, 23rd. A crowd comprised of members of Elevate Rapid City, residents, and even Nugget from the Rush showed their excitement and support for the opening.
The roller coaster portion of the ride opened last October for a short time; now it’s open all the way with the hunting aspect.
The ride will be open on nice weather weekends leading to Mother’s Day, and then seven days a week through September and weather permitting in October.
We are excited to start the weekend off by introducing Brad Olson! Brad started out as a carpenter and worked his way up to a Building Superintendent and we are so glad he is part of the RCS Construction team.
The City of Hot Springs condemned the Wesch-Oak Building that was built in 1893. In early March the Hot Springs council voted to demolish the historic sandstone building. The building will be demolished by RCS Construction this summer. https://rapidcityjournal.com