Wyoming Capitol Design Guidelines and Imperatives
The Oversight Group on Capitol Building Rehabilitation and Restoration has approved the working draft of the Wyoming State Capitol Design Guidelines and Imperatives. During the Sept. 14 meeting, the Oversight Group reviewed the Wyoming State Capitol Workshop Resolution document.
- Download the working draft (PDF) of the Wyoming State Capitol Design Guidelines and Imperatives
- Download a PDF of the Wyoming State Capitol Workshop Resolution document presented to Oversight on Sept. 14
Wyoming Capitol Square Interpretive Plan
The Oversight Group reviewed the Wyoming Capitol Square Interpretive Plan at its December 1 meeting. Design Minds will work with MOCA, Wyoming Department of Administration and Information Construction Management and the Oversight Subcommittee to determine the next steps for incorporating the plan's recommendations into the Capitol Square Project timeline and budget.
Floor Plans for the Capitol
During its December 1, 2015 meeting, the Oversight Group approved final floor design plans for the Capitol. In the June 2, 2015 meeting, the Oversight Group approved draft design plans for the Capitol that would increase public meeting rooms overall and provide offices for the Secretary of State, State Treasurer and State Auditor around the rotunda on the first floor. The floor plans focus on preserving the grandeur of the Capitol and restoring it as a museum space that can be enjoyed by children and adults. The plans include the development of a learning center in the gallery connecting the Capitol and the Herschler Building to accommodate educational tours before students visit the Capitol.