CIRCA Cable Railing System

Tarrant County College - South Campus

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Project Overview

Category: Universities
Location: Fort Worth, TX
General Contractor: Archer Western Construction
Architect: Freese Architecture


Our CIRCA™ Stainless Steel Railing System provides a simple yet timeless look. The system consists of round tubular posts and the railing in-fill between the posts is mounted via fixed point holders.

VIVA’s stainless steel cable infill is a low maintenance, high visibility infill that is popularly used on exterior applications. Our cable comes in 1x19 type weave, 3/16" diameter in SS316 alloy.


Tarrant County College South Campus has created over four decades ago and is the first campus from Tarrant County Colleges. Unique to the South Campus, the brand new Energy and Technology Center is a one-of-a-kind facility for students to learn with a hands-on approach with real equipment. With the talents of Archer Western Construction and Freese Architects, VIVA Railings was hired to provide the perfect complement to the interior with a walkway and stairwell railing with our CUBE™ Cable Railing System.


Archer Western Construction is housed under Wash Construction family of companies. Founded nearly 30 years ago, Archer Western has been named the Top 15 Contractors according to ENR. Parent company the Walsh Group has been in business for over a century and currently is run by its fourth generation of leadership. Current awards include No. 2 in the Top 50 Heavy Contractors and No. 4 in the Top 20 Transportation Sector Contractors.

Freese Architecture firm was founded over two decades ago by Brian Freese. Freese Architecture’s expertise lies in a wide variety of projects including homes, corporate interiors, and furniture design. With a personal look at the clients’ design, Freese strives to create a building that reflects the client’s personality, how they live and how they thrive.