Contractors picked for downtown Rapid City's 15-story towerThe contractors are J. Scull Construction Service of Rapid City and Haselden Construction of Denver.
RAPID CITY (AP) — Two contractors have been hired to put up a building project in downtown Rapid City that will cost more than $40 million.
One construction executive says the Presidents Plaza project will be "transformational."
The contractors are J. Scull Construction Service of Rapid City and Haselden Construction of Denver.
J. Scull has handled a number of large projects in western South Dakota, including a $20 million expansion of the Rapid City airport.
The developers of Presidents Plaza say the project will include condominiums, office space, a hotel and convention hall, and retail stores.
The main building will be 15 stories tall, according to media reports.