Charlie Livers Named President of Livers Bronze Co.

Kansas City, Mo., September 18, 2018: Family-owned Livers Bronze Co., a leading designer and manufacturer of ornamental hand railing systems, is proud to announce that Charlie Livers has been appointed president. He replaces his brother, Richard “Deuce” Livers, who has served as president since 1991 and is now retiring. Both Charlie and Deuce have worked for the Kansas City-based company … Read More

Livers Bronze Sponsors a Free Continuing Education Opportunity

Enroll in Free Online Course Sponsored by Livers Bronze. Part of the mission at Livers Bronze is to offer free continuing education opportunities to architects to help them maintain their professional credentials and stay up-to-date on industry trends and standards. In support of this mission, Livers Bronze proudly sponsors a free online course provided by Ron Blank & Associates, Inc. … Read More


With their clean and minimalist appearance, glass infill panels and acrylic infill panels are popular elements used in railing systems for several types of buildings such as commercial office buildings, educational facilities, airports and more. Glass and acrylic panels in commercial railing systems open up the space and provide the opportunity to offer a clear line of sight from many … Read More

Key Questions to Ask When Selecting a Material for Railing Systems

Combining look, feel, safety and performance, and still bringing the design vision to life A key element of choosing a material for a railing system is whether it’s the best fit for the overall design. It’s easy to choose based on looks alone, but that’s not necessarily the right material to meet ALL expectations in the end. You might even … Read More

Livers Bronze Metal Finishing: The Last But Certainly Not the Least Step

Offering a wide variety of metal finishes from which to choose and done right is why customers turn to Livers Bronze. While finishing is the last step, it’s also the one that can turn a metal handrail or ornamental piece into a distinctive one. At Livers Bronze, there is just one quality method for metal finishing, the best. We train … Read More

Glass Magazine Includes Livers in Top Metal Companies Feature

The November issue of Glass Magazine featured metal companies and Livers Bronze was included as one of four companies named as newcomers to their list of “Top Metal Companies.” The list features the leading suppliers of metal products in the United States and Canada.

Retrofit Magazine Feature: Birthplace of Country Music Project

The September/October issue of retrofit magazine featured a story about the Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol, Virginia. This beautiful facility opened in a former industrial building, and our Button Rail system was chosen for the handrails throughout.

Shedding Light on the Benefits of Using LED Illumination in Commercial Architectural Handrail Systems

Commercial architects are using Livers Bronze LED illuminated exterior and interior handrail systems to put an exclamation mark on their commercial designs. It’s no wonder considering the benefits LED lighting brings not only to the design aspect, but also energy efficiency and safety. When working with glass and metal exterior or interior handrailings, architects are replacing traditional fluorescent, incandescent or … Read More

State-Of-The-Art Laser Fabrication For Architectural Sheet Metal

Architectural sheet metal design, handrailing and advanced laser technology are not mutually exclusive. On the contrary, the latest laser cutting technology is an essential tool in our arsenal to carry out your most intricate projects without sacrificing design elements or material integrity. Livers uses this technology for our architectural sheet metal design and handrailing systems, along with various components and … Read More

Make Bronze Railing Systems A Reality With The Right Fabricator

Bronze is a unique material that has been incorporated into structures dating back to ancient times, most notably Chinese Dynasties from thousands of years BC and the ancient Greco and Roman eras. The material is the namesake of the Bronze Age. Bronze is an alloy consisting primarily of copper, usually with tin as the main additive. Bronze is a beautiful … Read More