Koch Hazard Architects Wins Two Design Awards

AIA South Dakota announced its 2017 Design Award winners on September 15 and two Koch Hazard projects were recognized. Arch House, an unbuilt project designed for Affordable Housing Solutions, received an Honor award, and Stockwell’s new office design received a […]

Callies Becomes a Licensed Architect

Sandra Callies, AIA, passed her final Architect Registration Examination (ARE) test and became a licensed architect on July 14. Sandra has been with Koch Hazard Architects since 2015. She has her Master in Architecture and Bachelor of Arts in Architecture […]

VanConant Earns CDT Certification

Trevor VanConant, CDT, passed the Construction Documents Technology exam to earn his CDT certificate through the CSI. The mission of the CSI is to advance building information management and education of project teams to improve facility performance. He recently represented […]

Firms Hosts 5th Annual Hazardous Golf Classic

Koch Hazard Architects hosted the 5th Annual Hazardous Golf Classic out at Elmwood Golf Course in August. In addition to 9 or 18 holes of golf, attendees had a chance to play four on-course contests to win gift cards to […]

KHA Attends In Her Shoes Event

Koch Hazard Architects and clients attended the fourth annual In Her Shoes Empowerment Breakfast on February 9. The event was a benefit for Dress for Success Sioux Falls, an EmBe program. The morning of fellowship and inspiration was headlined by […]

Koch Hazard Helps Raise Funds for Children’s Inn

Koch Hazard Architects assisted Media One, and a slew of other sponsors, in raising over $30,000 for Children’s Inn at the 28th Annual Media One Funski. Events over the weekend included skiing, tubing, snow boarding, sledding (zipfy), kicking (frozen leg […]

City Administration Building Breaks Ground

On January 9, 2017, the City of Sioux Falls broke ground on its new Administration Building. The new building will be located on Dakota Avenue, to the west of the Downtown Public Library, and includes improvements to Van Eps Park. […]