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, and 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:

Infrastructure + Utilities

Landmark

State

Workplace

Scope:

250,000 sf

Renovation

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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