MOCA has received a contract award to oversee as project manager the $300-million restoration of the Wyoming Capitol Square. MOCA’s Salt Lake City office is providing project management and assisting in early project definition and alignment services, including design guidelines and imperatives, budget and scheduling oversight.
Located in Cheyenne, the project includes restoration of the Wyoming State Capitol, a National Historic Landmark; expansion of the underground Capitol connector containing committee rooms; rehabilitation of the Herschler Office Building; a new Central Plant and a reorganization of the plaza and site elements around the 127-year-old Capitol.
“It is an honor to be selected by the Wyoming Capitol Building Restoration Oversight Group to support their mission,” said David H. Hart, executive vice president of MOCA, which is based in the Salt Lake City. “This contract is a credit to our team’s past performance and reputation in managing historic Capitol restorations using MOCA’s Early Project Definition and Alignment process.
"Our process will help the Oversight Group align their quality expectations with their scope, budget and schedule. We look forward to working with all of those involved on this exciting project.”