LUMICHRON Clock Company Tower Clocks on a new landmark in Washington DC
LUMICHRON Clock Company built and installed a set of two 11-foot tall outdoor tower clocks at the brand new LEED-certified New Student Center at the University of District of Columbia. The center was deisgned by Marshall Moya Design Architects. The center opened with a January 21 ribbon cutting ceremony. Guests toured the building, which houses areas for campus life, student government, career services, and other functions that support UDC’s population of 5,000 students. Accessible to the public, the center also includes mixed-use retail, a conference center, a ballroom, and a 10,000 square foot fitness and wellness center.
Sustainable design features are woven throughout center, including a 14,000 square foot green roof, photovoltaic panels, a rain garden, and more. The building is set to be the first LEED Platinum university building in District, the first LEED Platinum student center on the east coast, and only one of two in the country.
Photo at top: Evening view of UDC New Student Center with illuminated Tower Clocks built and installed by LUMICHRON