Wade Architectural Systems

Wade Architectural Systems was established in 1988 to serve the architectural market in exterior metals. Located just outside of Houston, we have been involved in over 2500 projects across the United States, with our primary focus in the state of Texas.

We are a service minded company offering design and detailing assistance, educational presentations, detailed engineering drawings, calculations and test reports.

Other Services & Products

We also offer solutions for sun control, air movement, moisture protection, smart walls and assistance with LEED Certified projects.

Building Envelopes

We also specialize in envelope solutions satisfying the most demanding aesthetic requirements without sacrificing building performance.

Architectural Metal Panels

Wade Architectural offers design, engineering and material packages for a variety of architectural metal panels made from zinc, aluminum, stainless and galvanized steel.

*Our primary sources of materials are Centria, Construction Specialties, Dri-Design and Umicore’s VM Zinc.

Wade Architectural Systems is committed to delivering the latest news and developments from our product lines. Our website has been designed to integrate the latest social media outlets so that it is easy to navigate, share, and inquire about our products and projects where they have been incorporated.

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Latest News

Sound and Aesthetics: The Power of Wood Ceiling Systems

Posted April 21, 2014 by Christy Serafini

Modern wood ceiling systems have much to offer any type of structure. If you’re not familiar with the many wood ceiling products that are available for use in large commercial and public buildings, keep reading to learn more about two of the most popular aspects of these systems – acoustic design and a warm, attractive appearance.

Read more about sound and aesthetics: The power of wood ceiling systems

What Can I Expect from My Trash Chute?

Posted April 18, 2014 by Christy Serafini

There are countless things to consider when designing a commercial building. In addition to local fire, plumbing, and electrical codes, designers also have to consider the logistical aspects of working in the building. This is why most high-rises feature trash chutes for easy disposal of their debris and unwanted items. However, just having the chute is not enough. Designers also want to ensure that the trash chute will provide years of reliable service with minimal issues.

Read more about what you can expect from your trash chute