Welcome to May in Wyoming! One day it is spring, the next winter. Check out these views of the Capitol from the north side of Capitol Avenue.
With the removal of the Herschler atrium, the views to the Capitol from the north side of Capitol Avenue have been restored, along with views into the neighborhood from the north side of the Capitol.
Removal of the atrium will reduce noise traveling through the building, lower heating and cooling costs, and increase security in the building by creating enclosed office suites.
Removal of the Herschler atrium started in 2016.
Check out these views of the Capitol from the north side of Capitol Avenue.
The Wyoming Department of Education and Wyoming Department of Revenue have moved into the remodeled and expanded Herschler East in Cheyenne.
The lights on all floors of Herschler East are now on.
The lights on the fourth, third, and second floors of Herschler East are now on.
The lights on the third floor of the Herschler Building have been turned on.
The fourth floor Herschler Building's lights are on and shine through a snowy evening in Cheyenne. Read more about the project at http://www.wyomingcapitolsquare.com/herschler-remodel-expansion/
Running new pipe on the fourth floor of the east wing of the Herschler Building affords a great view of the restoration work on the Capitol. Photo is from 2017.
Work continues in the east wing of the Herschler Building with the completion scheduled for the spring of 2018.