Pocket guide to the ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility guidelines for buildings and facilities

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 28, 1997 - Architecture - 138 pages
Pocket Guide to the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities Revised Edition This book is intended to help users understand the facilities requirements of the ADAAG. Incorporating all of the latest guideline amendments within a compact and easy-to-use format that contains no confusing abbreviations, this Revised Edition presents the technical building requirements for accessible elements and spaces in new construction, alterations, and additions. The Guide is augmented with more than 60 illustrations from the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines, and covers special requirements for businesses, restaurants, medical care facilities, libraries, and much more.

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Contents

PURPOSE
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MEDlCAL CARE FAClLlTlES
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TRANSPORTATlON FAClLlTlES
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EVAN TERRY ASSOCIATES, P.C., is an architectural firm in Birmingham, Alabama. Founded in 1952, the company has been responsible for over 2,500 projects ranging in size from 1,000 square feet to over a million square feet. Since 1990, the firm has specialized in the facilities and program access requirements of the ADA, offering a full range of services to assist clients in developing and implementing compliance strategies. The firm also offers workshops, seminars, publications, and expert witness services on the facilities requirements of the ADA.

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