Everyone should follow ADA guidelines for federal outdoor areas
QUESTION: Michele, is it true that the Access Board has new guidelines for outdoor...
WeatherMax can be customized to meet specific applications.
All-terrain vehicle tackles tough winter jobs
With 33% more power than previous models, the company’s 2015 8X8 Centaur is...
ADA: Board Issues Technical Guide on Access to Outdoor Developed Areas
The Board has issued a technical guide on achieving access to outdoor developed areas.
Fast-drying steel water pipe coatings
Combining the hydrophobic properties of epoxy with the durability of urethane,...
U.S. Access Board: Guide on Access to Outdoor Sites Available from the U.S. Access Board
A new guide on achieving accessible outdoor sites, including trails and camping areas, is now available from the U.S. Access Board.
Peterbilt 220 in full production
The first new Peterbilt medium-duty cabover Model 220–featuring numerous...
Detroit solves streetlighting problem
Nearly one-third of the city’s street lights are broken. To save money while also ensuring public safety, the Detroit Public Lighting Authority has completed a pilot LED streetlighting program and is moving forward with another 5,000 installations.
Accessible signs should not discriminate
The sign itself does bring about a negative connotation and the code does not require that.