Marvel Over Our Manufacturing Process

Fox Business News Network’s Manufacturing Marvels featured us in a two-minute segment that spotlights American manufacturers, their products and processes. Award-winning producers, Bob and Jerry May, and award-winning director, Bryan McCullough, produced it. Nationally-acclaimed voice talent and former news anchor for ABC and CBS, John Criswell, narrated the Livers Bronze story that began 70 years and three generations ago when … Read More

Livers Bronze Co. Marks Its 70th Year of Leading the Handrailing Industry in Innovative Design and Manufacturing

KANSAS CITY, Mo., January 28, 2016: Family-owned Livers Bronze Co. is marking its 70th year in business by introducing new handrailing designs, a Revit family file system, and field measuring using laser scanning. Today, the 3rd generation of Livers is at the helm of the Kansas City-based company, which has become the nationwide leader in handrailing product design with manufacturing … 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.

Look Whos Acting Human Online

‘”WE BUILD RAILINGS & RELATIONSHIPS” It’s not just our tag line, it’s something we work towards every day: marrying function with beauty in our railing systems, but just as important is our customer and employee relationships. We were honored to be recognized by ThinkViral, a Kansas City-based social media and marketing company, for our commitment to good customer relations in … Read More

Livers Bronze Serves as a Leader in Commercial Railings Market

Locally owned Livers Bronze Company continues to expand and diversify its product offerings in 2015, including its commercial railings. “We recognize and appreciate the competitive nature of our business, so are constantly striving to differentiate ourselves from others in the railings business,” said President Deuce Livers. In addition to Deuce, other family members serving as company officers include Charlie Livers, … Read More

Livers Brothers Celebrate 40 Years Working Together

As published in the May, 2014 issue of Thinking Bigger, page 17. Livers Bronze has always been a family affair, ever since Dick Livers and two of his brothers formed the bronze-casting company 68 years ago. Today, the company is nationally known for its handrails, and Dick’s children are in charge. Richard “Deuce” Livers is the company president; Charlie Livers … Read More

Livers Bronze Provides Relief to Tornado Victims

In response to the devastating tornadoes in May in the South, Livers Bronze organized a drive to aid victims. One employee of Livers Bronze, Eric Rush, is from Louisville, Mississippi. Sadly, some of Eric’s friends died in the storm; others close to him were left with nothing. When the news spread about Eric’s loved ones, Livers Bronze employees wanted to … Read More

Livers Railing System in New Joplin Elementary School

The new Soaring Heights Elementary School in Joplin, MO opened January 9th after the tragic tornado of May 22, 2011 destroyed their schools. The Eagle’s Nest at Soaring Heights offers the students a place to gather for learning outside the classroom. Livers Railings were used surrounding this area, we are very proud to be a part of their new building … Read More

Livers Bronze Railing System Installed in Award-Winning Development

The Kansas City Business Journal Capstone Awards program, now in its eighth year, honors outstanding real estate and development projects and the companies, organizations and individuals behind them. The Capstone program is more than a listing of the biggest or most expensive projects in the metropolitan area. Rather, it celebrates projects that are helping to shape the community.