MINNEAPOLIS (June 24, 2014) – The SC Railing Company, a national leader in the designing, engineering and manufacturing of custom, and modular railing solutions for commercial building applications, is launching a new online tool created for architects to simplify the process of designing custom railing for an upcoming project.
The new online tool, the ArchitectuRAIL™ Configurator, allows architects to “personalize” railing components and create a railing system tailored to a specific project, such as professional sports stadiums and arenas, as well as higher education, corporate, medical and hospitality facilities. The first online tool of its kind, ArchitectuRAIL™ Configurator is available at www.sc-railing.com.
According to Dan Stachel, Vice President for the SC Railing Company, the new tool allows architects and designers to customize railing systems on their schedule, leveraging the experience and broad set of skills the company has developed in working on large-scale projects including: Madison Square Garden, Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco, Target Field in Minneapolis, Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, and AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
The ArchitectuRAIL™ Configurator allows architects to view their actual design virtually and make changes on the fly. Because the new online design tool operates in real time, architects and designers not only get to see their actual design online, they are specifying their railing solution at the same time. To drive additional efficiencies, the online tool immediately emails the design specification selected by the architect or designer. Architects and designers may also choose to request more information specific to their design and engage SC Railing to provide additional product information, photos and CAD drawings.
“Our online tool is a major step forward,” added Stachel. “It’s an opportunity for collaboration as opposed to the antiquated, paper-heavy process of providing architects and designers three-ring binders and mountains of technical data. Today’s architects work online and expect quick and accurate data. Our new online tool meets architects and designers where they’re headed, not where they’ve been.”
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