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7/26/12 2nd Floor 512 Main Street, Rapid City, South Dakota

Demolition complete on the second floor space. The masonry elevator shaft has been extended thru the roof and completed. The metal stud framing for all the corridor and tenant space walls is about 85% complete with electrical rough in work following. Wood blocking is being installed to accommodate the new tenant and corridor wood finishes. Eleven new skylights have been cut through the roof deck and installed. HVAC duct work and fire sprinkler piping is being installed in the ceiling spaces. The new structural steel for the stair extension from first floor to second floor is complete and wood blocking is being installed in the stairwell. Project status is about 35% complete.

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DKC Awarded New Projects!

July has been a busy and exciting month at Dean Kurtz Construction.

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Pierre Airport Nearing Completion

As work being done on the Pierre Regional Airport nears completion, we continue to receive pictures of the progress!  Please check out a sampling of images of this fine work:

 

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Project progress: Black Hawk Volunteer Fire Department Addition

DKC recently began work on a new project, the Black Hawk Volunteer Fire Department addition.  Work on this project is expected to be substantially complete by September 2012.  See a photo of the work being done below.  This is the nearly-complete foundation for the addition.

 

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500 Block Project Nears Completion

After nearly a year, work at the 500 Block of Main Street in downtown Rapid City is nearing completion. The demolition and subsequent renovations of retail spaces in the old Sears Building have resulted in new spaces for a variety of local shops and restaurants.  Businesses occupying the retail spaces include Dakota Soda Company, the Wobbly Bobby Pub, Mitzi's Books, Roam'n Around, and Who's Toys, among several others that have already opened or expect to open soon. Dean Kurtz is proud to be a part of this contribution to the revitalization of downtown Rapid City!

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