Government/City

Kyburz Carlson has a long history working with government entities. We have developed public buildings and facilities that enrich the lives of citizens and facilitate smooth operations. Kyburz Carlson understands the requirements of government procurement systems and provide detailed reporting to ensure compliance.

Spink County Law Enforcement Center - Redfield SD


Redfield

The Spink County Law Enforcement Center will total 7,810 square feet.  The facility will be located on the SW corner of the existing courthouse and has space for sheriff […]

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Spink County Law Enforcement Center - Redfield SD

Wilmot Interstate Rest Area - Wilmot, SD


The facility is envisioned as a single-story structure of approx. 6,000sq ft in size intended to expand the existing rest area structure. Building shall encompass approx. 2,500 […]

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Wilmot Interstate Rest Area - Wilmot, SD

Aberdeen Public Safety Facility


Aberdeen, SD

A new 60,000sq ft headquarters for the Aberdeen Police department including interview rooms, training rooms, secure parking, and more.  Also includes room for the office to grow in the […]

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Aberdeen Public Safety Facility

City of Huron Public Works Building


Huron, SD

Brand new Build: 12,000 SF Cold Storage Building & 51,200 SF Office Building for the City of Huron.  Work began in November 2017 […]

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City of Huron Public Works Building

Faulk County Jail & Sheriff's Office


Faulkton, SD

This 14,551 sq ft project in Faulk County includes a 35-bed jail and Sheriff’s office. The single-story structure includes precast and steel structure with bar joist […]

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Faulk County Jail & Sheriff's Office
"Dave Derry and all of the employees at Kyburz-Carlson worked with our architects and promptly looked into the project to see what items could be eliminated or done in an alternative fashion in order to save taxpayer dollars. They worked diligently with their sub-contractors to make any adjustment possible so we could have EVERYTHING in our building that we NEEDED and still include many of the things that we WANTED!"
Trent R. Osborne, Superintendent/HS Principal/SPED Director Ipswich School District 22-6