Danny Johnson | Architect

Mr. Johnson’s experience covers all aspects of the profession, including project development, design, specifications, and contract administration. Mr. Johnson has been involved in the contract administration of various renovation/addition projects for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; provided construction management for the District Office Building in Casper and for the Wyoming Department of Transportation. Mr. Johnson has also been involved with the design/development of various residential housing projects ranging from custom homes to high/low density townhouse and condominium projects.

Mr. Johnson has been the Project Architect for various projects located at F.E. Warren Air Force Base. These projects include the Historic Family Housing Renovation, Renovation Building 65 (20th Air Force/Space Command), Renovation of Building 34- Security Police, Renovation/Addition to Combined Officer’s/Enlisted Club, and Club house Facility for F.E. Warren Golf Course.

Mr. Johnson has also been involved with various projects for both the Wyoming Air and Army Guard units at Camp Guernsey and in Cheyenne. Some of these projects included the comprehensive Master Plan and Spatial Study for the renovation of Building 016, the Composite Airlift Support Complex, the Base Fire Station, and the newly completed Squadron Operations Facility, that was certified LEED Gold.

Mr. Johnson has previously worked with the State Parks and Historic Sites for the State of Wyoming on various projects throughout the state. A vast number of these projects included historic preservation and rehabilitation on numerous structures located at the Wyoming Territorial Prison in Laramie, WY and at the Ford Fred Steele Historic Site in Rawlins, WY.