BLADE Wire Mesh Railing System

Texas Christian Univ Instructional Building

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Project Overview

Category: Universities
Location: Fort Worth, TX
General Contractor: Linebeck Group
Architect: Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford


Our BLADE™ Stainless Steel Railing System has an ultra-contemporary design with minimum obstruction to the line of sight. The system consists of two 2” wide vertical bars, with a cube cap at the top and barrel bolts at the bottom. This expertly-crafted system makes it appear as though the in-fill panels are suspended in air! This modern handrail design is available in powder-coated colors and with an option for LED illuminated rail.

VIVA’s wire mesh infill features an organic, interwoven fabric as an infill. Mesh infills are timeless and easy to maintain. The signature box frame completes the system for a clean, sharp look. Available in a wide range of standard designs, with options of custom design and materials.


Located in Ft. Worth, Texas Christian University currently houses over 10,000 students and the freshman to sophomore retention is nearly 90%. With such a huge success rate, TCU recently underwent several upgrades, one of which included Lupton Stadium and the newly constructed Instructional Building. Featuring both our TEE™ Railing System on the balcony at Lupton, and the BLADE™ Wire Mesh Railing System, the new instructional building is the central home for any technical support students and staff may require.


Linebeck Group has been in the construction business for over 70 years. With a family legacy beginning with Leo Linbeck and currently his grandson, Leo Linbeck III, a continuing dedication to excellence is just one of the reasons Linbeck is of the top firms in Texas.

From architecture to interior design, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford has been at the forefront of design for over five decades. Since its founding, the firm has nearly doubled in size and is one of the largest independent full-service firms in DFW.

Some of our largest jobs that also feature BLADE™ is the San Diego Car Rental Facility and the Wexford 90 Building.