History

We are landmark builders.

From our incorporation in Sioux Falls circa 1910, we've had a hand in shaping the landscape of Sioux Falls and the surrounding region.

In our early years, we built lasting landmarks in downtown Sioux Falls: the Boyce-Greeley Building, the Orpheum Theater, and Sioux Falls Central Fire Station. We built O'Gorman and Lincoln High School. We've built for Augustana College, South Dakota State University, and the University of Sioux Falls. We have built churches and renovated St. Joseph's Cathedral. We’ve built hospitals for over 100 years.

We've built infrastructure. We've built treatment plants and spillways. We've built bridges for I-29 and I-90 and the I-229 bypass when they were first being built.

We continue this tradition of innovation today. Through projects like the Gold LEED-certified Cherapa Place, we've shown our commitment to sustainable construction. Through projects like Avera's Prairie Center, we've built technically advanced healthcare spaces with a sterling safety record.

We care about our partnerships.

But we didn't do any of this alone. We fully recognize and cherish all those who have partnered with us, all those who have placed their faith in us.

We choose our leaders on their own merits.

Though we've been led by some prominent families, we've never been a family-led company. Instead, we choose to be led by those who merit excellence and promotion. Because of this, we firmly believe that our team can handle any challenge with grace and precision.

We are the Journey Group.

Through the years, our team has grown to encompass five distinct divisions. We won't turn away a client in need or a challenge. Over the years, this has meant projects throughout the Midwest and well beyond the Sioux Falls area.

We wanted to show our respect and support for all these communities. So we decided to change our name. What started out as Sioux Falls Construction in 1910 has grown into the Journey Group, and we couldn't be prouder.