DSU’s MadLabs design wins architectural awards
Jim Galloway (center) from JLG Architects, presented Dakota State representatives Stacy Krusemark (left) and Ashley Podhradsky with architectural awards JLG won for the design of DSU’s Madison Cyber Labs. Photo courtesy of Dakota State University.

The Madison Cyber Labs, located on the campus of Dakota State University in Madison, has had its design win some architectural awards.  

The JLG Architect’s design of the MadLabs has been recognized by both the North and South Dakota chapters of the American Institute of Architects.

The building design earned the 2022 Honor Award from the South Dakota Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and a merit award from the North Dakota Chapter of the AIA.

DSU Vice President for Business and Administrative Services, Stacy Krusemark, said that the versatile design of the building incorporates all the needs that Dakota State has with the various projects housed in the building, whether it be work on accessibility devices, digital forensics, or within the Applied Research Lab.

The MadLabs’ construction was made possible through donations from DSU alumnus Miles Beacom and his wife Lisa, businessman and philanthropist Denny Sanford, and funding from the State of South Dakota’s Future Fund.

 

November 18, 2022