Wyoming State Capitol & Herschler Building

Project Overview

The Wyoming State Capitol is a National Historic Landmark located in the heart of Cheyenne’s historic core. Originally occupied in 1888, the building has experienced the type of deterioration commonly plaguing aged masonry buildings; specifically, structural, safety and building system deficiencies.

The project encompassed a comprehensive restoration of the exterior stone, windows, metal entablature and dome of the 130-year-old statehouse, as well as extensive renovations to the interior. The project expanded to include major design upgrades to the adjacent Herschler State Office Building.

Pie’s services to Iconergy included Hygrothermal Analysis of the Herschler Building, Technical Plan and Specifications Reviews and functional performance testing including ASTM E1105 Water Penetration Testing.

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Building Enclosures & Commissioning (BECx)
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State & Local Government

Cheyenne, WY