Services Provided: Architecture, Civil Engineering, Survey
Completion Date: January 1, 2006
This section of Coxhall Gardens was an integral piece of the master plan in making the park a regional destination spot. The park is the only place in the world with two of these bell towers on the same site; they are interconnected with fiber to play simultaneously, and both can be played either manually or electronically. One tower holds the master computer-based system and an organ, while the other has a keyboard and houses the commemorative bell that was cast on site. There is a gathering area around the base of the towers, with future design for a reflecting pond.
Client: Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department
Completion Date: 2006
Construction Cost: $3.1 million