A Message to our Valued Clients and to our Community

LCM Architects is carefully monitoring the rapidly shifting situation regarding the spread of COVID-19. Health officials urge individuals and businesses to take immediate action to help control the spread of the virus. LCM is committed to the health and safety of our employees, their families, our clients, and the community at large. We believe that …

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Whitney Hill Joins LCM

LCM welcomes Whitney Hill as an Accessibility Specialist. A creative problem-solver who relishes a challenge, she is a valuable contributor to the LCM team. Whitney is working on accessibility assessment projects for Chicago Public Schools’ polling places and Los Angeles affordable housing. For nine years, Whitney has engaged with nonprofits and educational organizations committed to …

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Paige Panek Joins LCM

LCM welcomes Paige Panek to our FHA consulting group. She brings experience in reviewing plans, creating construction documents, conducting accessibility audits, and implementing accessibility standards in her designs. Paige has a BFA in Interior Design from Iowa State University and a passion for universal design. Paige has immersed herself in studies and internships that focused …

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LCM Announces New Promotions

We are pleased to announce new promotions including a new Associate Principal and four new Associates. These professionals have shown leadership in various aspects of LCM’s practice. From accessibility consulting to contract management and business development, they have contributed to the firm’s growth and reputation.  We look forward to their continued success as valued members …

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HUD Proposes Changes to FHA ‘Safe Harbors’ and Extends Public Comment Period

Formal comments may be submitted until April 13, 2020. People may submit comments here. HUD proposes changes to FHA ‘safe harbor’ design and construction requirements for multifamily housing. A safe harbor is recognized by the Department of Housing and Urban Development as a standard that meets the Fair Housing Act design and construction requirements. The …

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2018 Illinois Accessibility Code Now In Effect

A user-friendly version of the Illinois Accessibility Code is now published on the Illinois Capital Development Board’s website! The new Illinois Accessibility Code (71 Ill. Adm. Code 400), which became effective as of October 23, 2018, is the culmination of a four-year effort to harmonize the 1997 IAC and the ADA 2010 Standards. LCM Architects …

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