• Project Labor Agreements

    No state policy and infrequent use at the local level.

  • Prevailing Wage

    Yes; $100,000.

  • Right to Work


  • Public-Private Partnerships

    No statute authorizes or prohibits P3s on public construction projects.

  • Workforce Development Incentives

    Business Training Grants for Existing Positions – Provides up to $2,000 per trainee per fiscal year for established Wyoming businesses with existing employees who need a skill upgrade or retraining in their current occupations.

    Business Training Grants for New Positions – Provide between $1,000 to $4,000 per trainee per fiscal year depending on the employee’s full-time status and wage amount. Grants for New Positions were developed to assist Wyoming businesses in two ways: Wyoming business expansion and new business recruitment.

    Pre-Hiring Economic Development Grant Program – Designed to train skilled workers in a particular business, businesses or industry. Entities eligible to apply for the grant includes a business, group of businesses, or an industry with a need for workers.


  • Career and Technical Education

    93% of CTE high school graduates are placed in colleges or careers.

    Wyoming does not recognize NCCER as an approved curriculum for CTE programs.

  • Job Growth Rate


Monthly Unemployment Rate in Wyoming

Industry Overview

Prompt Pay

PrivateNo law in place.
Public: 45 days after invoice.
Subs: No law in place for public or private projects.

Immigration/E-Verify Mandate

No law in place.

Percentage of State GDP From Nonresidential Construction


Incidence Rate


Occupational Safety & Health Oversight (State vs. Federal)

State plan covers private workplaces and state and local workplaces.

Percentage of Union Membership in Private Construction


Marijuana Legalization Status

Fully illegal.

Business Facts

Minimum Wage


Percentage of Pensions Funded


Effective Real-Estate Tax Rate


Corporate Income Tax Rate(s)


State and Local Public Construction Expenditures (in millions)