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Wyoming capitol renovation proceeding on schedule as more historic discoveries made

October 20, 2017 in News

The Wyoming capitol’s $300 million restoration project is on pace to be completed by 2019, and state workers could start moving into a completed portion of the complex by this spring, according to Suzanne Norton, project manager with the state’s Construction Management Division.

The Capitol Square Project includes both the state capitol itself and the nearby Herschler Building, which houses state offices. Planning began in 2003, and work started in 2014.

Norton said that construction was about 40 percent complete and that the east wing of the Herschler Building would be ready for employees to move in by March.

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