General Contractor: Galaxy Glass & Aluminum | Architect: Morriss Switzer


CIRCA™ Starfire Etched Glass Railing System comprised of round stainless steel post, a simple yet highly desired look. This system allows for a wide choice of in-fill options of Glass, Metal Panels, Cable, Multi-line & Pickets. Railing in-fill between the posts is mounted via fixed point holders for mounting of glass or any other in-fill of your choice.

CIRCA patterned glass tubular railing system is a classic design and has been used on a wide range of projects, from retro to art deco and classic to contemporary.

The Newest addition to the choice of infill for the CIRCA line has been the vertical picket panel railings. This has been an ideal choice for designers where climb-ability is a concern, widely used for architectural railing applications for educational and public use guardrails.



Located in Nashua, New Hampshire, the building is one of many medical centers run by Dartmouth-Hitchcock. They hold several unique aspects like walking paths on multiple levels, lodging assistance, and even a hair salon. It’s not just a place to stay. It is a place for enrichment and to relax which leads to faster healing and happier patients.  Galaxy Glass & Morriss Switzer chose VIVA Railings to upgrade the new building with our CIRCA line.



Galaxy Glass and Aluminum had a small start in a garage in Massachusetts. After the market crash, a group of key leaders decided to start up what you know today as GGA. With determination and ability, they have grown into a fully staffed service center which houses fabrication machines and a fully stocked warehouse. Building everything from aluminum paneling to fire products, GGA offers a huge variety of products to suit your needs.

Morriss Switzer is exclusive to health and medical projects. With over 2,000 projects in their portfolio, the focus remains with the patients and families. Since opening in 1989, Morriss Switzer has discovered that the environment which a patient stays can vastly impact the way one heals. Not only do patients, but doctors and the entire system runs much more smoothly when an environment is well designed.

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