The project managers wanted to make sure there was no question about what is happening to the state capitol, and so they posted signs on the chain link fence that surrounds the construction site. This section states the obvious -- that the capitol is closed -- and also directs visitors to the temporary locations of the various state offices.
Rather than have a boring, utilitarian fence around the capitol, the project team embellished the fence in front of the building with pictures of the capitol's past as well as key sites from around Wyoming. Of course, nothing can completely disguise the piles of dirt and the heavy equipment. They're all necessary parts of progress.
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