Falls Center, #ThrowbackThursday

Falls Center 431 N. Phillips Ave., Sioux Falls, SD | Completed in 1994 In 1899, Jewett Brothers and Jewett Wholesale Grocers built this four-story warehouse at the corner of Fifth and Phillips in downtown Sioux Falls. In 1992 the building […]

Museum of Visual Materials, #ThrowbackThursday

Museum of Visual Materials 500 N. Main Ave., Sioux Falls, SD | Completed in 2007 The project uses energy-efficient building strategies and environmentally responsible materials. Through incorporating skylights, exposing and refurbishing hardwood floors, construction of custom display furniture using “found” […]

Larson Square, #ThrowbackThursday

Larson Square 600 N. Main Ave. | 33,000 s.f. | Completed in 2008 A full historic rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the formerly unoccupied Dakota Moline Plow Company Building, also known as the Larson Hardware Building, this project adds 11,000 […]

Kresge Building, #ThrowbackThursday

Kresge Building 10th & Phillips, Sioux Falls, SD | 17,225 s.f. | Completed in 2007 The Kresge Building was built in 1928 and expanded in 1941. The facade and first floor interior were significantly modified in the 1980s and the […]

Throwback Thursday Project: Kresge Building

In 2000, Koch Hazard Architects began working with the Kresge Building LLC and the McGowan Group to renovate the Kresge Building. The facility consists of 17,225 square feet and was completed in 2007. Find out how the project was updated […]

Chris Schiltz Retires from Koch Hazard Architects

Chris joined Koch Hazard Architects on February 18, 1991. Prior to starting at Koch Hazard Architects, Chris graduated with a Bachelor in Architecture degree from Montana State University in 1977. His first job out of college was with Harrison G. […]

Throwback Thursday Project: South Dakota State Capitol

This extensive restoration of the South Dakota State capitol complex was implemented as funds were appropriated over a 14-year period. The restoration included interior marble replacement, scagliola restoration, murals, stencils, light fixtures, floors, carpeting, woodwork, furnishings and exterior stone work. […]

Koch Hazard Loses Founder

“Ralph was a talented architect, but carried a humble pride for the profession and the firm he founded. I always appreciated that he welcomed me not as a female partner, but as a partner to Koch Hazard Architects along with […]