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The American with Disabilities Act of 1990 guarantees equal access to public accommodations for all persons with disabilities. Disabilities include mobility, sight, and hearing, and the Act is a federal law.

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The American with Disabilities Act of 1990 guarantees equal access to public accommodations for all persons with disabilities. Disabilities include mobility, sight, and hearing, and the Act is a federal law.

 

So what role does the Building Code play in all of this? The code has scoping provisions telling what, where, and how many to ensure ADA compliance in new construction and renovations. In this 2-½ hour lesson, we’ll discuss many of the building code provisions that ensure ADA compliance, outlined in Chapter 11 of the IBC – Accessibility.

 

Recommended Study References

In order to master these concepts, we recommend following along in International Building Code while studying with this lesson. This reference can be accessed electronically at ICCsafe.org, or by clicking the following link below:

 

International Building Code (2021)

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