Clark/Sullivan Construction

Douglas Library


Converse County


Hein/Bond Architects

Project Value

$7.7 Million

Delivery Method



Community/ Recreation

Converse County enlisted the services of Clark/Sullivan Construction to build their 31,000 square foot library building in the town of Douglas, Wyoming.

Facility Highlights Include:

  • 20,000 Square-Foot Modular Access Floor
  • Steel & CMU Walls
  • Thin-Brick
  • Curtain Walls
  • Glass Elevator
  • Intricate Exterior Awnings
  • 2 Stories

During the winter months, the project team faced extreme weather conditions, resulting in the need for special-order jobsite heaters to avoid material, piping and electrical issues resulting from low temperatures. The 2-story structure serves as a gathering space for the Douglas community. The space includes a teen center with video game technology, a lounge/cafe with full wifi access and meeting rooms for community use.

“This small token is intended to convey our sincere appreciation for the exceptionally elevated level of honesty, expertise, knowledge, dedication, responsibility and care demonstrated by Clark/Sullivan Construction Project Manager, Ryan Browne, during the construction of the Converse County Library system’s 30,000 square foot new building in Douglas Wyoming during 2015/2016.” – CCLS Board of Trustees, Director & Staff