SOLO Glass Railing System

Georgetown ISD New Middle School

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Project Overview

Category: K-12
Location: Georgetown, TX
General Contractor: Lee Lewis Construction
Architect: Huckabee, Inc.

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 new Georgetown Middle School is a part of the Georgetown Independent School District, which currently holds nearly 12,000 students across the 9 elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, and two alternative campuses.

The Georgetown ISD New Middle School features bent glass.


Since 1976 Lee Lewis Construction has kept the same philosophy, “The relationship we build with that owner for a job well done is our single most important goal.” Lewis Construction has been rated A+ by BBB and has won numerous awards from Contractor of the Year to several Awards of Merit by Sports/Entertainment.

Huckabee, Inc. focuses on one thing: education. Huckabee believes the right environment will help bring about more confident students and have even teamed with Baylor University to study how learning environments impact the learning process.