Announcements & Celebrations
Journey Group acquires well-known North Sioux City commercial, residential construction firms
Journey Group has acquired two new business units based in North Sioux City, adding instant expertise in food processing manufacturing construction and residential homebuilding.
Just in time for the holidays: Downtown’s newly improved Eighth Street bridge is ready
At Remedy Brewing Co., they’re definitely ready to raise a glass to this: Downtown’s Eighth Street bridge is reopening better than ever.
PRESERVING AND ENHANCING THE HISTORIC 8TH STREET ARCH BRIDGE
The bridge and the river have been important combined assets for Sioux Falls for over 100 years, and while use of the river has changed some from its early days, the bridge continues to be an important connector to communities across the river.
Inside look: Jefferson High School takes shape thanks to high-tech approach
As students head back to class, the largest project in the history of the Sioux Falls School District is on track to welcome them next year.
Journey’s newest shareholder builds on career of harnessing opportunities
Arin Gonseth knows numbers can help tell a story. As chief financial officer at Journey Group Cos., part of her job involves analyzing the company’s financial position and strategizing its opportunities.
Journey CEO: Major projects, ongoing growth add up to projected record 2022
You name it, this company likely built it in the past year – from major office projects to massive warehouses, medical buildings, roads, bridges, banks, food production facilities and homes.
From Building Bridges to Building Patient Rooms
As Monument Health in Rapid City began to anticipate a need for more patient rooms in March, its construction management team reached out to Ainsworth-Benning Construction, a division of Journey Group located in Spearfish that serves the Black Hills and surrounding areas.
A first look at the new Jefferson High School in Sioux Falls
Jefferson High School is equipped with a commons area, gymnasium, music wing and academic pods that divide classrooms by subject. The school is designed to have multiple events going on at once, with an open layout and multiple gathering spaces. It is set to be ready for students this next fall.
Building bridges: As major projects stay on track, crews offer to work through winter on new ones
From the Fort Randall Dam to a major bridge in downtown Sioux Falls, key projects are hitting their milestones this summer for SFC Civil Constructors, a division of Journey Group Cos., allowing leaders to look ahead to acquiring work through winter.
State Veterans Cemetery in Sioux Falls making progress
Construction at the site of South Dakota’s first State Veterans Cemetery in northeast Sioux Falls is making a lot of progress. Since the groundbreaking last September, machines have moved a lot of dirt. The location looks a lot different now, as crews should have it ready to open sometime next spring.
PREVIEW: Looking ahead to 1926
Its marquee is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Sioux Falls. And if you’ve visited downtown at all in recent years, you’ve probably found yourself wondering when the State Theatre is going to finally open. Well, we’re getting a better picture tonight.