Content related to ‘ADA’
The Virtuoso Model 5460F is a permanent installed lift that can help meet building code requirements.
These elevators do not require a separate equipment room and occupy less space than other types of elevators.
Guest Columnist Teresa L. Jakubowski explains how new standards of Titles II and III of the ADA can be decoded.
The recipient, an nine-year employee of Oswego Industries, received the award from the New York State Industries for the Disabled, Inc. (NYSID).
The world’s first comprehensive declaration of equality for people with disabilities came into law on July 26, 1990 and will be recognized on U.S. World Standards Day with the theme “Standards for Accessibility.”
Western Michigan University (WMU) has set up a detailed map online that identifies the best routes for mobility and access to every building on its main campus.
Parking, facility entrances, and interior pathways are several areas to consider.
Most municipalities have implemented features required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but many of these features fall short of ADA compliance.
From plumbing to public computers, there are more ways than ever for facilities to provide accessibility.
The aging process and hidden disabilities challenge facility professionals on the quest for comfort.