Offices

From multi-story offices to multi-function commercial buildings, Kyburz Carlson offer vast experience building office environments that fit your unique needs. We work closely with you and with architects to ensure cost-effective construction that incorporates all of today’s technology needs.

NSU Barnett Center Remodel Racquetball Courts Into Offices


Aberdeen, SD

Kyburz was pleased to be selected as the Construction Manager at Risk for the Barnett CTR Remodel Racquetball Courts into Offices at NSU (OSE #R0119–04X).  Three racquetball courts will […]

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NSU Barnett Center Remodel Racquetball Courts Into Offices

Farm Credit Services New Retail Office Building - Imperial, NE


NE

Brand new 8,120sq ft office building for Farm Credit Services of America.  Work began in August 2018 and is scheduled to be substantially complete in August 2019 […]

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Farm Credit Services New Retail Office Building - Imperial, NE

Farm Credit Services of America Building Expansion


Aberdeen, SD

Remodel 8,900 sf of existing space and add new 2,576 sf addition […]

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Farm Credit Services of America Building Expansion

Northeastern Mental Health 1st Floor Build-out


New Sensory Room and 1st Floor Build out for Northeastern Mental Health (NEMH).  Project started in November 2017 and was complete in March 2018 […]

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Northeastern Mental Health 1st Floor Build-out

Brown Law


Aberdeen, SD

Design and remodel of the client’s existing space, and a vacated adjacent space, to provide a better floor plan, more space, and updated finishes. The project included expanding the […]

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Brown Law

Farm Credit Services of America New Offices


Various Locations in SD

Kyburz-Carlson Construction has built new Farm Credit Services of America Retail Office buildings in various cities in South Dakota. Locations include Pierre, Yankton, Watertown, Huron, Mitchell, & Aberdeen.  Our […]

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Farm Credit Services of America New Offices
"The Kyburz-Carlson work crews that I have had the opportunity to meet and work with have been very well received. There always seemed to be a pride in the level of craftsmanship being completed. There was always a project superintendent onsite, and quite often this individual was active in the actual work being done, not just a supervisory role."
Quinn P. Lenk, Superintendent Dupree School 64-2