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St. Mary’s Cathedral

 St. Mary’s Cathedral



Cheyenne, Wyoming




The Cathedral of St. Mary, located in downtown Cheyenne, was constructed in 1909 and is the largest Gothic structure in Wyoming and an enduring symbol for Wyoming Catholics. In 2010 the interior of the sanctuary and nave were renovated, providing a beautiful and sacred place to worship.

The 2015 mechanical system upgrades project replaced the existing heating water system boilers and hydronic piping and added an air conditioning system to serve the front half of the nave. The key to the design for the new air conditioning system was to keep it out of sight from inside the nave to maintain the beauty and historic features of the building. The system was designed to allow future expansion to add air conditioning to the back half of the nave.

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Okie Blanchard Sports Complex

Okie Blanchard Sports Complex


Laramie County School District #1 – Cheyenne, Wyoming




Completed in 2014, the Okie Blanchard Sport Complex consists of a new football stadium, outdoor track, practice fields, and a restroom, concessions and locker room building. The $14 million complex replaced the existing Okie Blanchard Stadium for the adjacent East High School. It features elegant design that reflects the natural features of the site topography, providing a truly unique, state-of-the-art sports complex.

The mechanical systems for the stadium building utilizes air-to-air energy recovery to achieve low-energy use and provide optimal indoor air quality. The exposed mechanical ductwork was carefully designed to complement the aesthetics of the building’s architectural design.

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Big Piney Stadium

Big Piney High School Stadium & Track



Sublette County School District #9 – Big Piney, Wyoming


Completed in 2014, the Big Piney High School stadium and track renovation project consisted of replacing the existing football field (Puncher Field), outdoor track and restroom building. The new facility included the construction of a 5,380-square-foot stadium building that was integrated with the home grandstands. The first level of the building houses the concessions, restrooms and athletic storage rooms. The second level houses the elevated press boxes and announcer’s booth, giving visitors the feeling they are looking down from a major sports stadium booth. This modern facility is truly a gem hidden in the plains of western Wyoming.

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