2012 Accessibility Study Companion by International Code Council

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Through an Accessible Looking Glass

This publication examines not only how the ICC codes and ADA regulations relate to one another, but also how a variety of other federal laws (the Architectural Barriers Act [ABA], the Rehabilitation Act, the Fair Housing Act [FHA]) still apply to the design and construction of buildings and facilities in the United States.

At its most basic level, this book reminds users of the codes that the ADA is not the be-all-and-end-all of federal regulations that other more restrictive federal requirements may apply to a building being designed today. This book examines how the civil rights dictates of federal disability law and the goals of our national's building codes continue to be harmonized to the point where, sometime in the not too distant future, a single national Accessibility Code may become a reality.

This book is offered as a supplement to the I-Codes and the federal laws and regulations with the assumption that the reader has, or is able to acquire, a basic understanding of how barrier-free design and construction is regulated in the I-Codes and federal statutes.

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DescriptionThrough an Accessible Looking Glass

This publication examines not only how the ICC codes and ADA regulations relate to one another, but also how a variety of other federal laws (the Architectural Barriers Act [ABA], the Rehabilitation Act, the Fair Housing Act [FHA]) still apply to the design and construction of buildings and facilities in the United States.

At its most basic level, this book reminds users of the codes that the ADA is not the be-all-and-end-all of federal regulations that other more restrictive federal requirements may apply to a building being designed today. This book examines how the civil rights dictates of federal disability law and the goals of our national's building codes continue to be harmonized to the point where, sometime in the not too distant future, a single national Accessibility Code may become a reality.

This book is offered as a supplement to the I-Codes and the federal laws and regulations with the assumption that the reader has, or is able to acquire, a basic understanding of how barrier-free design and construction is regulated in the I-Codes and federal statutes.

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