As part of the Dome Reconstruction Project, Stairmaster renovation treads were installed in the U.S. Capitol Building.
Supergrit (241BF) nosings were supplied for the parking deck of this 34-acre medical campus in Louisville, Kentucky, which will be equipped to serve 45,000 veterans once it opens in 2026.
Our Stairmaster safety treads ensure that fans can safely navigate their favorite artifacts and concerts at Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Wooster provided Spectra (WP1 & WP24) nosings to protect the interior wooden stair treads in this 1.6 million sq. ft., 49-story office building in Toronto, Canada.
NITEGLOW nosings were added to the Statue of Liberty to provide anti-slip protection and stair visibility for its 3.5 million yearly visitors!
For the 3,500 ft. long 6th Street Viaduct replacement project that completed in 2022, the largest bridge in Los Angeles history, Wooster supplied Supergrit (231BF) nosings for stairs leading to the bridge deck.
At the popular Arizona Diamondback stadium, Flexmaster safety renovation treads protect outdoor stadium steps from heavy pedestrian traffic.
This seven story office building in Frisco, Texas – part of a $850M, 45 acre mixed-use development project – used NITEGLOW (WPRN3SG-NG) stair nosings in egress stairwells.
Alumogrit anti-slip stair nosings were installed during the locker expansion project for the Panama Canal.
For this mixed-use tower in Austin, which features 369 apartments above 140,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, Wooster supplied Alumogrit (101 & 150) anti-slip nosings for the parking garage and first 11 floors.
Wooster’s Stairmaster and NITEGLOW products are installed in the Empire State Building to provide anti-slip protection for its visitors coming to enjoy 360 degree views of Manhattan.
Supergrit (121BF) nosings were installed in the exit stairs and parking garage to provide anti-slip protection for the visitors and staff of this state-of-the-art Denver medical facility.
For the 370,000 sq. ft. East/West building and station project in Charlotte, North Carolina, Wooster supplied NITEGLOW (WPRN3SG-NG) glow-in-the-dark nosings for egress stairwells.
NITEGLOW nosings can be found illuminating stairs and helping visitors safely navigate the National Museum of American History (Smithsonian complex).
Wooster supplied Alumogrit (101) nosings for the MCSD Sports Complex project, a multi-purpose sports facility in Columbus, Georgia.
Wooster supplied Supergrit (231BF) nosings for the world-class Victoria Place at Ward Village residential tower in Honolulu, Hawaii.
For this 12-story courthouse in Travis County, Texas, Wooster provided a complete NITEGLOW egress stairwell package with 333FT-NG nosings and egress markings.
In Seattle, Washington’s National Nordic Museum, Alumogrit (120.3) nosings were installed to provide anti-slip protection for a modern stairway design.
NITEGLOW (630B-NG) 2-part replaceable nosings protect pedestrian safety in the egress stairwells of this 350-bed medical facility in Durham, North Carolina.
NAVSEA treads can be found on this converted United States Navy ship, now an exploratory vessel for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.