Casper College Opens Four-Story Building in Wyoming

9 August 2011 (Last Updated August 9th, 2011 18:30)

Casper College has opened a 70,000ft² building in Wyoming, US, to house administrative and student offices. The four-storey building was built at a cost of $20.25m and features administrative offices, student services, four majors, classrooms, a coffee shop and meeting space.

Casper College has opened a 70,000ft² building in Wyoming, US, to house administrative and student offices.

The four-storey building was built at a cost of $20.25m and features administrative offices, student services, four majors, classrooms, a coffee shop and meeting space.

The first two floors will house classroom and faculty office space for the robotics, geographic information systems, electronics and technology and drafting and design programmes while the third floor will serve as the main entrance.

The building was designed by US-based architecture firm CRSA with Amundsen Associates of Casper. AP Wyoming along with ARC Integrated Project Management were the project managers for the building, according to billingsgazette.com.