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Project Overview

Category: Commercial
Location: Austin, TX
General Contractor: Harvey Clearly
Architect: Ambrose & House Architects

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.

Our VIEW™ is a Button Structural Glass Balustrade Railing System that provides the clearest view imaginable. This system consists of 1/2” (minimum) SGP laminated glass or 5/8″ PVB laminated glass and fascia mounted with fixed point holders in stainless steel.

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.

Cirrus Logic has been awarded as a “Great Place to Work: 2015” by Millennials and “Top Work Places: 2015” by Austin Statesman. If it has anything to do with sound whether it is in the workplace, your car or software, Cirrus Logic supplies it. With over 2,000 patents and over 3,000 clients such as Samsung and Bose, it’s easy to see why they have been so successful in just three decades.


Harvey Clearly is different in the fact that you get to consult with one project manager from start to finish. There’s no miscommunication going from one person to the next since there is only one contact. This, in turn, builds a trusting relationship with the clientele and the ability to change as the project does and attention to detail.

Ambrose & House Architects based in Houston, Texas has completed numerous projects from schools to assisted living locations. From programming to post construction, Ambrose & House offers services to help with your project from start to finish.