Wigwam Rearing Station

The project is located at one of the many fish hatcheries in Wyoming. This rearing station is sole provider of the Colorado River Cutthroat-Eastern Enclave species which is being threatened by whirling disease. The project included two treatment buildings that house filter and UV equipment which eliminates all parasites in the water supply to protect the rare fish species.

Letter of Reference from Steve Sharon Tanks

 

 

Location
Near Ten Sleep, Wyoming

Owner
Wyoming Game and Fish Dept.
Steve Sharon, Fish Culture Supervisor
307-473-3407

Contractor
Western Municipal Construction
Duane Lappe, Superintendant
307-868-2180

Role
Architect of Record

Personnel
Lyle Murtha, Principal Architect
Anthony Jacobsen, Project Manager

Scope
New Construction
Design-Bid-Build

Size
448 Square Feet - Upper           Treatment Building
640 Square Feet - Lower           Treatment Building

Cost
$550,000

Completed
2012