The Steel District Breaks Ground

Construction began on The Steel District on August 18, 2021 in downtown Sioux Falls. Koch Hazard Architects is working on the office building, hotel and convention center (with ESG Architects), and parking ramp (with Walker Consultants). One Historical Day, Lloyd […]

Koch Hazard Celebrates 60 Years with Art and Music

Koch Hazard is celebrating 60 years of collaborating with great clients and improving communities. Clients, colleagues, friends and fans are invited to a fun evening of art and music, in downtown Sioux Falls.  The evening’s festivities will kick off at […]

The Legacy of Images; Pt. 2 Filippo Brunelleschi

Written by Jacob Urban. This article originally appeared on the Blueprint South Dakota blog on March 13, 2019. Drawing and the production of images underpins nearly every effort made as an architect. It is the means by which architects not […]

The Legacy of Images; Pt. 1 Leon Battista Alberti

Written by Jacob Urban. This article originally appeared on the Blueprint South Dakota blog on March 5, 2019. Drawing and the production of images underpins nearly every effort made as an architect. It is the means by which architects not […]

KHA Awarded Lincoln Hall Project

Koch Hazard Architects was recently awarded the Lincoln Hall renovation project on the South Dakota State University campus. The building has served as the academic facility for the Department of Music. By 2019, the Music Department will relocate to the […]

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 […]