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Accessibility: A Real-World View of Recurrent Non-Complying Elements

October 3, 2018
3:35 am - 4:50 am
Construct 2018


This presentation will look at many common items in non-compliance often found in new construction and alterations thru a visual synthesis of photos with pertinent regulation call-outs of numerous existing installations

Learning Objectives

  • Identify typical non-complying items before they get built
  • Recognize what needs to be addressed early for compliant Access later
  • Distinguish those elements that require more attention during design and construction for compliant installation
  • Discuss what is required for successful Access implementation


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