Behind the scaffolding, restoration of the sandstone and metal entablature on the west wing of the Capitol is almost complete. Workers have started to remove the scaffolding on the north side of the west wing. Later in April, the scaffolding will migrate to the east wing of the building. The restoration of stone and the entablature on the west wing is a significant milestone for the project. The move of the scaffolding will reveal the repaired stone which will appear lighter in color. The repaired and replaced stone will weather over time to match the rest of the building.
JE Dunn Construction Company will start work on the Wyoming Capitol Square Project at 4 a.m. on Saturday, February 18 and 1 a.m. on Tuesday, February 21 to handle two large concrete pours to install the structural mat slab foundation for the new central utility plant (CUP).
Learn more about construction and design plans for the Wyoming Capitol Square Project during a community presentation, being held from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, November 3 in Cheyenne.
Join us in front of the Wyoming Capitol at noon on Thursday, August 25 for the official groundbreaking ceremony for the Wyoming Capitol Square Project. A reception and the opening of a new exhibit about the history of Wyoming’s Capitol and efforts to restore this historic gem will be held immediately following the groundbreaking ceremony at the Wyoming State Museum, located at 2301 Central Avenue.
The Wyoming Capitol will officially close to the public on Wednesday, December 9 at 5 p.m. and will remain closed until restoration efforts are complete. The project is expected to be finished in late 2018.
The new website includes updates on agency moves and construction, as well as a calendar of events and meetings. The website also features floor plans, designs, photos and a behind the scenes blog.
Learn more about the construction and design plans for the Wyoming Capitol Square Project during a community open house on June 24.
The Oversight Group approved draft design plans for the Capitol that would increase public meeting rooms overall and provide offices for the elected officials around the rotunda on the first floor.
To reduce costs, shorten the construction process and reduce disruption to the public and state government activities, the State Capitol will be vacated during the renovation and construction process. However, not all state employees will leave the Herschler Building during construction.