Wyoming State Capitol Complex: State Capitol Building Historic Renovation and Expansion

Cheyenne, WY
Wyoming State Capitol Complex: State Capitol Building Historic Renovation and Expansion

The Wyoming State Capitol Complex Historic Renovation and Expansion project included the complete rehabilitation and restoration of the 90,000-SF historic Wyoming State Capitol Building, complete renovation of the existing 250,000-SF State Office Building, a 50,000-SF new addition to the existing State Office Building, a new Central Utility Plant that was strategically located underground, and a new rooftop equipment well to restore site aesthetics and to maximize usable building space. Modern technologies were incorporated into the historic Capitol, including a smoke control system, which required in-depth coordination with the architect and the existing building’s historic fabric.

Project Highlights
Project Type:

Workplace

Scope:

340,000 SF Renovation

50,000 SF New Construction

Services:

MEP Engineering

Information + Communication Technology

Fire Protection + Life Safety

Client/Owner:

State of Wyoming Office of Construction Management

Architect/Designer:

HDR

Awards:

ACEC Engineering Excellence Award (Platinum, 2021), Building Design And Construction- Reconstruction Gold Award

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