Stepping Thru Accessible Details
Stepping Thru Accessible Details
$48.50 — $89.95
A compilation from the 2010 ADA and the CBC
for commercial projects
Print copy of the book includes a CD with the ebook as well!
The eBook has been updated to include the July Supplement, August Emergency Express Terms, and all previously noted errata & clarifications. The eBook will also be included with a purchase of the Print version
Book started shipping in June, 2011.
Stepping Thru Accessible Details is a compilation of over 100 architectural details and specifications based on the 2010 ADA with a color-coded overlay of the 2010 California Building Codes. The details include sourcing information from both the ADA and the CBC. Since each detail and specification is color-coded for portions that are just within California it is a valuable resource for out-of-state projects as well.
Who is this book meant for? Architects, landscape architects, interior designers, civil engineers, facility managers, plan checkers, building inspectors and anyone else involved in the built commercial environment. A CD is included in the book.
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Quantity Discounts: Book orders of 10-19 receive a 10% discount & 20 or more a 20% discount.
eBook Notes: The digital book is in PDF format. The eBook can be downloaded up to three times over the course of one week.
Reseller Discounts: Discounts are available for certified resellers. Please download, fill out, and return this PDF form to either info@SteppingThruAccessibility.com or by FAX to 562-426-9664. We will email you the key for tax-free & quantity discounts.
Probably the most comprehensive and thorough compilation of accessibility information I have encountered in my career as both a building inspector and an accessibility instructor.
– Richard Halloran, CASp
Senior Building Inspector,
City of San Francisco Building Department
Janis Kent’s book incorporating the new 2010 ADA Guidelines and the latest version of California’s accessibility codes looks to me as if it is going to be an essential companion to those who are involved with access to the built environment. The organization of the material, along with the pages of resources for each section, is extremely well thought-out. My congratulations, Janis, and thanks for providing such a valuable resource.
– Sharon Toji, Access Communications
Consultant, Accessible Signage and Wayfinding
Ms Kent’s new book is a tremendous asset to those involved in Accessibility in the building industry. It is a wonderful compendium of information assimilating the 2010 ADA with the 2010 CBC including references to all of the source material used in the creation of her details. While she leans this book towards projects located in California, because she color codes items that are California only, it would be a valuable resource for projects elsewhere. The details are actually more relevant than the Architectural Graphic Standards, in my opinion, due to the actual integration of accessible solutions where code compliance matters. I highly recommend this reference book for all who review and make decisions for buildings, sites, and facilities!
– Michael Mankin,
Architect, Certified Access Specialist