Herschler State Office Building

Photo Courtesy of Rachel Girt of Girt Communications, LLC
Photo courtesy of Rachel Girt of Girt Communications, LLC
Photo courtesy of Rachel Girt of Girt Communications, LLC

Located in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Herschler renovation is part of the Wyoming Capitol Square Project.  There have been no major renovations to this building since its uprising in 1983 except for some renovations to the exterior plaza in 2010.  The building was named after Governer Ed Herschler and includes state agency offices, underground parking for the site, including the capitol as well as an underground corridor that connects the two historic buildings together.

MOCA was retained as the owner’s representative in July of 2015 at the request of the Capitol Oversight Group for the $300 million Wyoming Capitol Square Project. MOCA was charged to provide guidance and direction to the project team as directed by the Oversight Group to improve overall communication amongst the stakeholders.

As the Owner’s Program Manager, MOCA is providing the following services:

  • Early Project Definition and Alignment
  • Design Guidelines
  • Planning
  • Project Management
  • Master Plan
  • Art Placement
  • Program Management
  • Client: State of Wyoming
  • Project Type: Renovation of Historic Building
  • Completion: Ongoing