Stair & Railing Systems

Treading Hard

Roppe Rubber Stair Treads with Kevlar are engineered to resist damage from wear and abuse. Available in eight profiles and 134 color options, they are 100% recyclable and backed by a 25-year warranty. Roppe Rubber Stair Treads are FloorScore indoor air quality certified and meet ASTM F2169, Type TS performance specifications.

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Navigating the Night

NITEGLOW two-stage safety nosings with glow-in-the-dark technology are ideal for exit pathways. Suitable for new construction or retrofits, this proven product can be placed on exit pathways, stairs and leading edge of landings when finding pathways in the dark is a necessity.

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No Budget Buster

A narrow lot and stringent codes presented challenges for this remodeling project that required custom stairs. Working with Viewrail, a complete set of plans and a quotation for floating stairs, including a powder-coated stringer, white oak treads and handrail, was managed.

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Versatile Railing Systems

With more and more consumers looking for interior railing systems for space differentiation and personalization, many turn to railing systems. A customizable railing system is offered for both interior and exterior settings that feature several infill options varying in height, materials used, and embedded materials such as rice, grass, or leaves for a natural and green look. Mesh and grid patterns fit any needed setting.

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Frosted Designs Go Beyond the Surface

With more than 20 exclusive designs in a variety of transparent substrates, ATI Decorative Laminates’ Frosted Fusion Collection creates the look of frosted glass with acrylic and polycarbonate panels. Available in 4-ft. × 8-ft. size and various thicknesses, Frosted Fusion panels feature nature motifs and minimalist patterns. Serving as a translucent divider, or even creating eating semi-private spaces, panel applications are endless.

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Jim and Martie Bultman Student Center, Hope College, Holland, Mich.

Rail System Enhances Community

A minimalist stair track rail system at the Hope College Jim and Martie Bultman Student Center gives the open concept space a sense of lightness and freedom—ideal for fostering community among students and campus organizations. Provide safety needed for stair systems without taking away from the elegance of the space. The center includes a large multipurpose room with adjacent patio, a lounge with fireplaces, as well as, meeting areas and a coffee shop.

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Snap to it

A solution for installing CableRail stainless steel railing infill into composite sleeved or wrapped wood posts, Quick-Connect lag and pivot fittings now work with wood. Easy to use, cable end simply insert into the fitting, and the embossed Quick-Connect jaws grab and automatically lock in place. No crimping or hard-to-use compression tools are required. The fittings screw directly into the face of a post or wall, which makes them the perfect solution for projects requiring an inside-to-inside connection.

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Simplicity with Style

Stainless steel I-SYS cables, rods and hardware create minimalist balustrades offering needed protection with-out visual interruption. Available as custom orders or in preconfigured assemblies, the systems are maintenance-free, corrosion-resistant and fully recyclable. 

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Safety and Better Views at a Sports Arena

Detroit’s Little Caesar Arena features glass and aluminum rails to provide spectator safety, and give them optimum views from higher seating arrangements.  Giving new meaning to the term “upper level,” Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena features a unique gondola-style seating area that is suspended high above the playing area. This exceptional arrangement would not be possible, nor useful, without several hundred feet of strong, secure glass Track Rail provided by Trex Commercial Products.Home to the NHL’s Red Wings and NBA’s Pistons, Little Caesars Arena is located in The District Detroit and is designed to be one of the most intimate venues in both hock

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Glazing Gives Downtown LA Added Glitz

One of the latest additions to the downtown Los Angeles skyline is Metropolis—an expansive mixed-use development aimed at redefining luxury urban living. Developed by Greenland USA and designed by Gensler, Metropolis encompasses 6.3 acres of real estate, and features three residential towers, a hotel, a 60,000-sq.-ft. retail pavilion and high-end restaurants. A wide variety of architectural glazing systems were needed to help improve the function, safety and aesthetics of the new, ultramodern complex.

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