Accessibility: Chapter 11 of the International Building Code

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Chapter 11 of the International Building Code (IBC) addresses accessible design and construction of facilities for physically disabled persons. While IBC generally defines the scoping requirements for accessibility in buildings, ICC/ANSI A117.1 provides the technical criteria that must be met in order to accomplish the required level of accessibility.

This month's featured article at Madcad.com will highlights some of the changes related to accessibility in the new IBC 2009 Edition.


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