The Museum is proud to be the state’s first building to earn the Platinum Certification for green standards. From the wood floors, to the paint, to the outdoor landscaping, each feature of the building was carefully planned and designed.
Renovating the building and development of the land was important as it allowed us to use current structures instead of building on empty land. Reusing the structure of the building instead of tearing down was the most cost efficient for us along with cutting down on waste materials going to the landfill. This also helped us preserved a historical building in Downtown Sioux Falls.
Click on each area below to learn more about the renovation process and green features.
The Atrium is the first thing you walk into when you enter our facility. Many things were reused from the original structure to complete the look. Read More
Main Hall Renovation
The Main Hall is our most used and most popular area. Structure renovation was the most important element in completing this room. Read More
Faithe Gallery Renovation
The renovation process for the Faithe Gallery, the smaller hall off of our Main Hall, started by taking out a drop ceiling and ripping out the old floors. Read More
Before the renovation, the empty building stood inside a chain-link and barbwire fence. Rolls of piping and storage bins sat on a large run of concrete. Read More