University of St. Thomas – Center for Science and Health Professions

Houston, Texas, USA

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Novum engineered, fabricated, and installed the beautiful glass atrium wall at the University of St. Thomas – Center for Science and Health Professions in Houston, TX. The atrium wall utilizes Novum’s Point Supported Glass and Tension Rod Systems spanning 64′ tall by 28′ wide. The structural support consists of steel wind girts behind each horizontal glass joint to provide high transparency for the academic building.

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Project Specifications

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SIZE

1,820 sq ft / 170 sq m
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SYSTEMS USED

Architecturally Exposed Steel

Tension Rod

Point Supported Glass

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ARCHITECT

WHR Architects
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GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Harvey-Cleary Builders

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