Natrona County High School


"...To say we were blown away with your transformation of our beloved school is a huge understatement. [...] We were all touched and impressed with the care, thoughtfulness, patience, and creativity that went into preserving and paying homage to a beautiful OLD building full of history, and at the same time sending her into the future. This has to be one of your BEST."

A Natrona County High School graduate, class of 1963


Natrona County High School existed as a historic four-story, concrete framed structure designed and built around 1924, serving the Natrona County School District in Casper, Wyoming. PCS Structural Solutions stepped up to the challenge of harmoniously integrating a three-story steel framed addition and new gymnasium into the preservation and modernization of the original high school. The historic building is rich with beautifully blended terracotta stone and brick veneer and includes a newly renovated auditorium.  PCS was tasked with providing seamless building transitions through a four-year phased construction cycle, allowing the high school to remain operational throughout construction. The Natrona County High School project is 287,000 square feet unifying a stunningly renovated historic building with a modern, flexible addition.

photography by Jeff Amram Photography