Sevier County Courthouse Clock Tower

Awarded to C. Laney & Sons Construction through a bidding process organized by the county, the reconstruction of the historic Sevier County Courthouse Clock Tower is one of our company’s proudest achievements. Originally built in 1895, the clock tower required complete removal and replacement due to its aging condition.

For residents, the courthouse and its iconic clock tower, which rises 75 feet above the building, represent two of the most notable architectural features in Sevier County. This project came at a time when much of the county was in the process of rebuilding due to the November 2016 wildfires that affected much of East Tennessee. The new tower, which is intended to last for the next 200 years, is an exact replica of the original. C. Laney and Sons Construction was honored to serve as construction manager for this important project.