Stainless steel handrail designed by an architect for an 1800 sq.ft. downtown loft renovation. The architect reviewed the drawings with the fabricator to cover all questions about the design. The handrail was promised in 4 weeks, but ended up taking 3 months. The initial handrail was incorrectly fabricated and had to be redone without extra cost, hence the quality of reworking the original handrail left previous weld stains and burns. The final handrail was still incorrect according to the drawings, but was compromised to accept the deviation. Overall the homeowner was satisfied.