• The Lexington Medical Office Building features the Southpark glass railing system with Clear tempered glass on stairs and overlooks.
  • The custom-shaped wood top cap sets this Southpark glass railing system apart.
  • Clear glass infill panels allow for the passage of light within the space.
  • Southpark railing with clear glass infill is featured throughout the building’s two-story atrium and monumental winding staircase.
  • Plexiglass was used in place of glass to accommodate the tight radius.
  • Top-mounted posts adorn both the stairs and overlook.
  • The top cap and stainless handrail take on a serpentine shape.

Lexington Medical Office Building

Location West Columbia, South Carolina
Architect Jumper Cater Sease Architects
Contractor McCrory Construction Company

Situated adjacent to Lexington Medical Center, this five-story, 175,400-square-foot medical office building is the first in South Carolina to be awarded LEED Silver Certification due to its sustainable and energy-efficient design. Strategically selected for its ability to enhance the permeation of natural light, Trex Commercial Products’ Southpark railing with clear glass infill is featured throughout the building’s two-story atrium and monumental winding staircase. The circular overlook required bent glass, as well as one section of bent plexiglass at the top of the stairs. A custom-profile wood top cap provides a warm and welcoming finishing touch.