Originally built in 1888, the Wyoming Capitol Square underwent a four-year renovation that included restoration of historical architecture, new construction and major technology updates throughout the campus.
Wendy Madsen, Special Projects Manager, shares why audio-video technology is a key element for Wyoming Capitol square in Cheyenne, WY.
- House and Senate Legislative Chambers feature 4K displays and individual desks have microphone and custom loudspeakers as part of a large mix-minus sound system
- Conference spaces include 75” 4K interactive touch displays with built-in cameras, microphone array, speakers and OPS computer for meetings and teleconferencing
- Student Learning Center utilizes 96” 4K interactive touch displays with thirty-two simultaneous touch points allowing visitors to fully engage with the AV in the space.
- Auditorium features 119” projection screens and projectors with custom rotating lifts that precisely align them to their screens while maintaining a low profile
Owner: State of Wyoming
Architects: HDR Architecture, Inc.
General Contractor: JE Dunn Construction Company
Consultant: K2 Audio
AV Contractor: Ford Audio-Video Systems