Abstract : Abstract--Logical time has proved very useful to model heterogeneous and concurrent systems at various abstraction levels. The Clock Constraint Speciﬁcation Language (CCSL) uses logical clocks as ﬁrst-class citizens and supports a set of (logical) time patterns to specify the time behavior of systems. We promote here the use of CCSL to express and verify safety properties of VHDL designs. Our proposal relies on an automatic transformation of a CCSL speciﬁcation into VHDL code that checks the expected properties. Being written in VHDL this code can be integrated in a classical VHDL design and veriﬁcation ﬂow. Our proposed structural transformation assembles instances of pre-built VHDL components while preserving the polychronous semantics of CCSL. This is not trivial due to major differences between the discrete-time delta cycle based semantics of VHDL and the ﬁxed point semantics of CCSL. This paper describes these differences and proposes solutions to deal with them so as to build VHDL observers for the kernel CCSL constraints. We illustrate the approach by verifying an open-source implementation of the AMBA AHB-to-ABP bridge.