SOLO Ornamental Stainless Steel Glass Railing System

American Airlines Headquarters - Spiral Stair

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Project Overview

Category: Headquarters
Location: Ft. Worth, TX
General Contractor: Austin Commercial
Architect: Kendall/Heaton Associates

Our SOLO™ Ornamental Stainless Steel Glass Railing System exquisitely balances an unobstructed view with contemporary elegance. This railing system is ideal for balcony balustrades (as illustrated in the Toyota U.S. Headquarters stainless steel railings), commercial building atriums, and monumental stair railings. The variety of mounting options available (top, fascia, or core mount) means that whatever the demands of your design, VIVA will be able to provide the right solution.

VIVA’s tempered glass infills provide optimal line of sight as well as an understated elegance. Our glass infills range from a minimum of 3/8″ PVB or SGP laminated glass. Colored, patterned and frosted glass are additional options based on design intent and need.


The brand new American Airlines Trinity Campus holds over 12,000 employees across its 300 acres. Five buildings which include a training center, standard offices, a museum, and a credit union add up to over 1.8 million square feet of campus space. Their main goal was to combine all the departments and facilities into one massive campus to collaborate more easily.

Over 2,500 linear feet of our patented SHOE™ Railing system and a Custom, Powder Coated Railing System with glass infill surround the monumental campus. The leaning glass effect on the exterior is incorporated into our railings with that same, drastic angle along with the level stair runs and outdoor balconies.


Safety, service, integrity, and ownership is what makes Austin Commercial such a great company. With exceptional core values and commitment, Austin Commercial has a massive portfolio to over 4,000 projects from industry to retail since it was founded in 1918.

As problem solvers in the architecture industry, Kendall/Heaton Associates prides itself on elevating the design process as not only a facilitator but also a collaborator. Their expertise includes high rise buildings, offices, corporate headquarters, museums, and laboratories, to name a few.

Pelli Clarke Pelli was founded in 1977 and has since completed award-winning projects like the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco and the World Financial Center in New York. Even before the LEED Program was initiated, Pelli Clarke Pelli was hard at work focusing on environmentally sustainable design