By Trevor Brown, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE — A team of specialized engineers and technicians dangled 140 feet from the ground Tuesday as they rappelled down the side of the State Capitol’s dome.
Equipped with tablets to record notes and take pictures, three workers* from the consulting firm of Vertical Access went inch by inch, collecting data to determine the dome’s condition and the potential need for repairs.
Suzanne Norton is project coordinator with the state’s Department of Administration and Information. She said the work is the most detailed assessment of the dome in the Capitol’s history. READ MORE
*Evan Kopelson, Keith Luscinski, and Berta de Miguel Alcalá