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How Can Accessibility and Public Health Work Together?

Accessibility and public health measures can work together, pandemic or not. Observing public health guidelines during a pandemic, businesses are adapting spaces and services to attract as many patrons as possible. Among those consumers are 1 in 4 people in the U.S. with some form of disability. Sanitizing protocols, social distancing opportunities, and contact-free transactions …

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Role of an Independent Licensed Architect (ILA)

An Independent Licensed Architect (ILA) verifies specific ADA compliance terms of legal settlement agreements or court-enforced consent decrees. ADA legal enforcement The Department of Justice enforces the Americans with Disabilities Act. The DOJ reaches agreements with public and private entities regarding equal access to their facilities and programs by persons with disabilities. Entities also may …

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Environments for Aging 2019: Inclusive Design in Senior Communities

THIS EVENT HAS PASSED LCM’s Steve Montgomery, AIA, LEED AP and Armando Tobias, AIA will co-present ‘The Compelling Case for Inclusive Design in Senior Communities’ at the 2019 Environments for Aging conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Integrating inclusive/universal design allows for flexibility to address specific needs among the user groups in any senior community. …

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Webinar: ADA Accessibility-Is Your Property in Compliance?

WEBINAR: ADA Accessibility – Is Your Property in Compliance? Learn about the latest ADA regulations and design standards for your properties. Join LCM on Thursday, February 13 at 1:00-2:30pm EST when we present this webinar through Lorman Education Services. As our guest, you are eligible for 50% off the registration fee, use the link below. Sign …

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Chicago Disability Activism, Arts, and Design: 1970s to Today

THIS EVENT HAS PASSED LCM Architects contributed architectural documents and photography, oral histories, archival documents, and other ephemera on display at Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s exhibition Chicago Disability Activism, Art, and Design: 1970s to Today. The exhibition explores how Chicago artists and designers with disabilities were integral to the development …

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