Bell Tower Design

Is your town ready to add a new bell tower to the skyline? We’re thrilled to consult with communities from coast to coast on the entire process, from initial idea to first ring. If you’re thinking about raising a bell tower near you, augmenting an existing structure, or installing bells for the first time, we have the advice, practical know-how, and league of experts to bring your project to life. We're your friendly neighborhood bell champion!

Cover image: The bell tower of the historic red-domed Dlijia Da Curt parish church rises above an idyllic mountain valley in Bolzano, South Tyrol, Italy.

Think of us as your bell whisperer.

Part of our mission is to get more bells ringing in more places, so we want to make sure your bell tower construction project is a success. We’re on hand to make the entire process easier for you by helping you navigate city planning codes, focus your vision, decipher campanology terminology, and contract bell founders.

Not sure how to request proposals from bell foundries? We’ve done it before and we can guide you through the lifecycle of contract bidding, evaluation, and selection. Our team helps you ask the right questions, seek out references for similar scopes of work, and manage the many project milestones.

Once your bell tower is up and ringing, we can even help you put in place a thoughtful and engaging community programming calendar, while making sure the bells are properly cared for and maintained for years to come.

Image: A horse-drawn carriage leads people past the bell and clock tower at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Start the conversation.

Our advice is free and our enthusiasm is with you as you begin planning and constructing a new bell tower. From religious structures to community gardens and from civic buildings to schools, bells are an enchanting addition to the neighborhood experience. We’re here to offer helpful counsel whenever you need us. Simply give us a ring and we’ll get the conversation started. 

Image: The Korean Friendship Bell in the San Pedro neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, was a gift from the people of South Korea to celebrate the bicentennial of U.S. independence, honor veterans of the Korean War, and symbolize the close friendship between the two nations.