Month: October 2016

Many historical buildings are not designed with accessibility in mind and the disabled are unable to access these structures. Historic renovations are necessary to bring buildings up to code and provide accessibility solutions.

Historic Renovations Without Alterations

In the past, most buildings were not designed with accessibility in mind. As a result, many historic buildings or structures are inaccessible to disabled persons. However, since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990, more attention is being given to the accessible design of homes, businesses, and public spaces, as well as to the accessibility of historic structures. ...

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