Heights Clock Tower

by | Mar 1, 2023 | Application, Gather, Metalwork, Woodwork | 0 comments

The opportunity to be part of Houston’s long-standing history is always a great honor as a creator. Heights Clock Tower, a former mill dating back to 1894, sits on 3.5 acres within the Houston Heights Historic District. Its identity as one of the oldest buildings in Houston is a point of pride for the Heights community. In collaboration with some of the top architects and builders in Texas, we updated this aging space to create modern office and retail outlets without sacrificing the historical aspects of the property.


Plans Fabricated into Reality


The design plans developed by Michael Hsu Office of Architecture held great imagination and creativity, and the site leadership from CultivateLAND ensured every detail was executed at the highest level. Collectively, we desired to create outdoor features that were modern in feel, but that paid homage to the vintage vibe of the Clock Tower. Our team brought the deep knowledge needed to turn these plans into reality, with heavy involvement in each phase of the process. From estimating, to design, to management, we ensured the highest level of artistry and skill were executed in every piece we fabricated.

The result? Corten fencing with a pre-weathered finish, architectural perforated panels, a hand-formed steel art sculpture, and custom cedar-clad furniture. Each piece came together to give Heights Clock Tower the functional refresh it needed, while turning back time on a historic Houston landmark.

Whenever you are wandering the Houston Heights, visit Heights Clock Tower and experience the history and personality of this beautiful neighborhood.


Who: Radom Capital, CultivateLAND, Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, B&D Contractors

What: Metal Signage, Fencing, Seating, Lighting, Art Structures, Metalworking, Woodworking

Where: Houston Heights, TX

How: Pre-Construction and Budgeting, Design-Build, Fabrication, Installation

Photo Credits: CultivateLAND

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