Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. ADA articles below.
The Northeast ADA Center toolkit features practical advice on disability employment best practices, along with expert guidance on following Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
UpLift Seating and UpLift Entryway are intended to improve access to venue settings for people in wheelchairs, while helping those facilities become ADA-compliant.
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The new Parent/Child restroom light from Heads Up Lock Co. offers the same features as existing models, but is geared specifically for viewing in two or more locations.
Ideal for tub-to-shower conversions in hospitality, healthcare, and institutional spaces, the drain offers high-style, superior function, and ease of installation.
Following a statewide facility condition assessment, TxDOT worked again with the firm Lockwood, Andrews and Newnam to focus on two important safety issues.
For high-traffic, low headroom facility access points, this rolling door product reduces the amount of headroom required for grilles.
The Berges Family Girl Scouts Program Center is a high-usage, energetic, and collaborative learning environment.
The Travis Roy Foundation moved into a 2,000 square foot office featuring accessible design, with the support of donated services from several area firms.
Some cities and states have adopted a different symbol that was created to be more dynamic and suggestive of movement than the ISA.
The three models from Oval Fire are ADA compliant, and do not protrude more than 4"four from a surface when properly mounted.
LVDC Design Guidelines for the Visual Environment is now available for second public review; the review period ends November 10.
Whoever said some things only get better with age probably was not a facility manager.
Designed for healthcare facilities, the modular signage communicates critical information to staff and visitors. Facility managers choose from a collection of standard color-coded medical alert messages or customized sliders in any color, symbol, or configuration.
The company's line of fabricated galvanized and stainless steel grating is expanded with 12 new C class products.
Healthcare job growth is rising steadily, with the sector expected to increase by 5.6 million jobs within the next eight years, creating many available positions for disabled candidates.
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.”
Most municipalities have implemented features required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but many of these features fall short of ADA compliance.
The aging process and hidden disabilities challenge facility professionals on the quest for comfort.