Historic/Adaptive Reuse

Wyoming State Capitol Restoration

The Wyoming State Capitol is a National Historic Landmark and the State’s most significant building. The first two sections of the building were constructed in 1888 and 1890, and the last section was added in 1917. Over the course of its history, the building has undergone a series of building campaigns; yet it still maintains its historic character and integrity. The Wyoming Capitol continues to be the pride of the residents of Wyoming.

The project goals include protecting and preserving the character of the building; replacing the outdated building systems, infrastructure, and technology to allow the government to function in an efficient manner; addressing life safety throughout the building; and maintaining the openness and welcoming nature of the building for visitors.

CSHQA is working on this project as the Historic Preservation and Restoration Architects in conjunction with HDR, Inc. out of Denver, CO who is the Architect of Record.

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At A Glance

LOCATION

  • Cheyenne, WY

PRACTICE

COMPLETED

  • 2019

EXPERTISE

Team

John D. Maulin, AIA
ARCHITECT PRINCIPAL / EXECUTIVE VP
Katie E. Butler, AIA
PROJECT ARCHITECT
David Blenker, NCARB
PROJECT ARCHITECT
Mark G. Gier, AIA
SENIOR ARCHITECT / BOARD OF DIRECTORS / SENIOR ASSOCIATE
Danielle Weaver, AIA
SENIOR ARCHITECT / BOARD OF DIRECTORS / SENIOR ASSOCIATE
Kent A. Hanway, AIA, NCARB
ARCHITECT PRINCIPAL / PAST PRESIDENT
John Ziel
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER
Megumi Haus, IIDA, NCIDQ
INTERIOR DESIGNER
Nicole Cecil, ASID, LEED AP ID+C, NCIDQ
INTERIOR DESIGNER MANAGER / BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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