Lambert Tower

Project Overview

LAN Associates worked with Passaic County and the Board of Chosen Freeholders to refurbish Lambert’s Tower located at the Garret Mountain Reservation. The project included the installation of LED lights that are visible from a distance and designed to commemorate seasonal and holiday themes throughout the year. The lighting schedule is modeled after the program established by the Empire State Building in New York City. The list included seven scheduled themes at launch, with the ability for more to be added in the future.

After being closed for nearly 40 years, Lambert Tower was reopened on July 2nd, 2014 following a $2.1 million dollar renovation. The installation of LED lights adds a layer of security and protection for the recent investment made by the Freeholder Board in restoring this historic landmark. The renovation completion date marked nearly 85 years to the day since Garret Mountain Reservation, the County Park which is home to the tower, was first opened to the public.

Client

Passaic County

Location

Paterson, NJ

Completion Date

October 2015

Markets

Public

Services

Electrical Engineering

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