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“There were always goals set for when the next piece of the project would be done, and they were very, very respectful and kept the site secure. We just really enjoyed the rapport we had with them.”
Beginning in the fall of 2017 through the summer of 2018, Lloyd Construction worked on a 32-bed residential building on the northwest Sioux Falls campus that replaced a 50-year-old facility. The $1.5 million, 10,000 square-foot project came with some unique complexities. The soil and prior land use complicated the project – the soil had to sit 30 days to compact correctly, and crews often ran into old, abandoned underground utility lines from when the area had been used as a U.S. Army barrack.