On Thursday, June 18, GE Johnson installed the final steel beam on the University of Wyoming Science Initiative Building. The beam was signed by guests and flanked by the American and Wyoming state flags as well as the University of Wyoming official flag.
The University of Wyoming Science Initiative Building is a 153,000-square-foot, five-story project that will provide state-of-the-art mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, along with program-specific audio/visual and IT systems to allow for real-time research collaboration. Special features include laboratory systems to support greenhouse applications, a cleanroom, a vivarium, BSL 2, and molecular and organismal biological research.
GE Johnson broke ground on the Science Initiative Building in October 2019 and the project is currently scheduled to complete in early 2021. The project designer is GSG Architecture.
About GE Johnson Construction Company
For more than half a century, GE Johnson Construction Company has been dedicated to enriching our communities by leading and building projects with the best people and ideas. The company embraces the power of ingenuity and trusting relationships, and values integrity, safety, collaboration, and excellence. GE Johnson is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado with offices in: Denver and Vail, Colorado; Jackson, Wyoming; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Lenexa, Kansas.