• SC Railing Company was selected to provide over 3,300 feet of ornamental railing for this Princeton University project. Photo: ©RicardoBarros.com
  • 1-inch thick low-iron glass with PVB interlayer utilized throughout the 20 Washington Road project on stairs, landings and overlooks Photo: ©RicardoBarros.com
  • Point series fascia mounted stainless steel nodes are countersunk into the glass, and attached via stud-weld to a steel stringer
  • Glass infill is brought down to be flush with soffit. Facility features over 2,400 ft. of custom stainless steel flat bar handrail - 825 ft. of that is wall mounted.
  • Track Rail, and Point series glass railing with stainless steel top cap and handrail offers unobstructed views of both the original architecture, and modern additions Photo: ©RicardoBarros.com
  • The Point series systems was chosen for the renovated 3-story atrium, eliminating the need for vertical balusters allowing for openness and clean sight lines
  • 18-gauge stainless steel top cap tops off the 1-inch thick low-iron glass infill which is set into the Track Rail system and finished off with a custom grey gasket Photo: ©RicardoBarros.com
  • By using glass and unobtrusive mounting structures, SC Railing was able to provide a contemporary look while preserving the building’s heritage components Photo: ©RicardoBarros.com
  • Point-series glass railing adds a minimalistic look to these stairs located next to the suspended meeting rooms Photo: ©RicardoBarros.com

Princeton University: 20 Washington Road

Location Princeton, New Jersey
Architect KPMB Architects
Contractor Barr & Barr
Glazier Clear View Architectural Metal & Glass

SC Railing Company was selected to provide over 3,300 feet of ornamental railing for this Princeton University project. The architect was tasked with achieving a modern, vibrant feel while allowing the character of the building to shine through. SC Railing was able to achieve the desired result utilizing Point and Trail Rail systems, providing a contemporary look while preserving the building’s heritage components.