Solutions for accessible entrances and ramps

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Last time I discussed building-entrance ramps and the actual requirements from the 2010 ADA Standards. This installment promises less arduous reading, with a slideshow of solutions. Many of the images are of residential houses, but the same ideas and approaches work with public facilities and commercial buildings. Remember, imitation is the highest form of flattery.



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Michele Ohmes

thumbnail image Michele S. Ohmes is an Americans with Disabilities Act specialist and wheelchair user who works with public works departments, facility managers, and contractors. Her design manual — ADA and Accessibility: Let's Get Practical — is available on CD-ROM through the American Public Works Association's Web site. Author's note: Michele & Associates does not render legal advice and has no enforcement authority regarding the ADA or other federal disability-rights legislation.