Universal Design

Chicago Transit Authority

LCM addressed the accessibility of CTA stations undergoing major alterations on the Blue, Brown, Green, Pink, Red-Blue, and Red Lines. We reviewed construction plans for accessibility compliance, conducted field surveys, and provided reports with compliance deficiencies and remediation recommendations. We also addressed noncompliant products/materials, consulted on the CTA graphics package, and developed technical reference materials …

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Houston METRO

Construction Type New, Renovation LCM is providing accessibility and universal design consulting services to three architecture and engineering teams that are responsible for infrastructure improvements to the Houston METRO transit system. LCM’s guidance on all teams will establish a consistent application of universal design principles to systemwide components such as parking, street crossings, accessible route …

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Northwestern University Accessibility Consulting

Project Involvement at Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, consultant to KPMB Architects Welsh-Ryan Arena Renovation, consultant to HOK The Commons, consultant to Ennead Architects Jacobs Center Alterations Committed to serving a diverse community, the University sought to establish an implementation plan for enhancing campus accessibility. LCM conducted a comprehensive assessment of existing buildings, parking, …

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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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